Wilson’s World HomeSchool: Special Black History Month Open Air Event with the Gantt Center with Photographer Earlie Hudnall

CHARLOTTE, N.C.  – Dexter Wimberley, curator for the Gantt Center, and Natalie Jones, Director of Education, talk with Wilson about their upcoming special Black History Month Open Air: A Conversation with Dexter Wimberly and photographer Earlier Hudnall event and about an upcoming program with Char-Meck schools.

Tonight this special Black History Month Open Air virtual studio event, curator for the Gantt Center, Dexter Wimberly speaks with photographer Earlie Hudnall, an artist featured in one of the current exhibits, Vision & Spirit | African American Art Works From The Bank Of America Collection.  The event will be streamed via the Gantt Center’s YouTube live channel tonight at 7 pm.  The event is free and open to the public however you will need to RSVP. To chat during the program and contribute your perspective, you will need a YouTube account with a Gmail email address prior to the program. If you do not have a YouTube account, click here for a step-by-step tutorial on creating a YouTube account.

More information on the Open Air Conversations as well as the upcoming program with Char-Meck schools can be found at the website for the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts + Culture ganttcenter.org.

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