Afrofuturism in Baltimore!
Saturday, March 29, 2014, 7pm to midnight
Doors open at 7pm, Show starts at 8pm
THE WAREHOUSE BALTIMORE
1400 Warner Street B
Bridging AfroFuturism elements that are based in music, art, and technology with philosophies written in “From Niggas to Gods” this event will explore the transformative idea of discovering and identifying with one’s “God-self”.
This creative celebration is designed to connect attendees to their personal Divine Source through music and art. There will be a beat showcase from Moor Mother Goddess, performances from, Yo Slick, Eze Jackson, Greenspan, Voice, Jamal Loving aka Blaqstarr, Lotus Song and The Black Light Asylum. In addition to the performances, we will be featuring a large scale interactive art installation by BlackShesus and a bevy of original art by Cleatress. Soundtrack of the night by Dj Shawn Smallwood.
Afro-Futurism enthusiasts are encouraged to come dressed as their God-self and others to come with an open mind with the intention of being inspired. This event will be covered by invited bloggers, videographers and photographers.
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