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Robert Dilworth, to Exhibit “Memories of Inhabited Spaces”
September 30 – November 28, 2016 at the Hayti Heritage Center

Durham, NC. – The Durham Jazz Renaissance Foundation in collaboration with St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation/Hayti Heritage Center and partially funded by the NC Humanities Council, will host the works of renowned artist Robert Dilworth in the Lyda Moore Merrick Gallery September 30 – November 28, 2016. The exhibit entitled “Memories of Inhabited Places” will open to the public with a reception, music by Master Trax, and a gallery talk by Mr. Dilworth on Friday, September 30th from 6pm – 8 pm. The public is invited to attend, and hear from the artist about his work, including his interest in “sewing circles.” … read more


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Jambalaya Soul
Spoken Word/Poetry Slam Team
Dasan Ahanu Founder/Coordinator/Coach – Jambalaya Soul Slam/Bull City Slam Team
www.dasanahanu.com; Jambalaya Soul Slam: www.bullcitypoetryslam.com

The Jambalaya Soul Slam has been a staple program at the Hayti Heritage Center in Durham since 2005. Supported by the St. Joseph’s Historic Foundation, the Jambalaya Soul Slam brings together the best poets in the area to compete for a cash prize and a chance to make the Bull City Slam Team. The Bull City Slam Team represents the Jambalaya Soul Slam, the Hayti Heritage Center, Durham, and the Triangle in regional and national competition each summer … read more


Art of Blues Exhibition 2016

panther Afrofuturist Series

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