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The Dear Black Girl Project

The Dear Black Girl Project

When: 5 - 7:30 pm. October 29th, 20220

Affiliation: Baltimore’s FreeFall events for Arts and Humanities Month

Location : Nancy 131 W. North Ave.

Home (stationnortharts.com)

Accolades: The "Dear Black Girl" project received one of the Mayor's Individual Artist Awards for 2022.

The Artist: Tamara Payne is a community artist, educator and activist. The Dear Black Girl project is Tamara Payne's first of many collaborations.

The Project: An installation of embroidered quotes, images, African textiles and found objects curated in a space designed to facilitate healthy conversations around being a black woman in community. It's meant for all people to attend to witness shared conversations through narratives of black women.

This exhibition serves to share wisdom, celebrate the lives of black women, become a space of healing, and most importantly honor black women and their processes.

Event Contact

Tamara Payne
443 621-0864

Event Details

Saturday, October 29, 2022, 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Free

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Good Morning, Macaulay Hammond, I am contacting you on behalf of Artist Tamara Payne to notify you of her "Dear Black Girl" project. When: 5 - 7:30 pm. October 29th, 20220 Affiliation: Baltimore’s FreeFall events for Arts and Humanities Month Location : Nancy 131 W. North Ave. Home (stationnortharts.com) Accolades: The "Dear Black Girl" project received one of the Mayor's Individual Artist Awards for 2022. The Artist: Tamara Payne is a community artist, educator and activist. The Dear Black Girl project is Tamara Payne's first of many collaborations. The Project: An installation of embroidered quotes, images, African textiles and found objects curated in a space designed to facilitate healthy conversations around being a black woman in community. It's meant for all people to attend to witness shared conversations through narratives of black women. This exhibition serves to share wisdom, celebrate the lives of black women, become a space of healing, and most importantly honor black women and their processes. Please stop by. Nia Crawford