Get into the conversation! As we navigate this important current moment we bring together artists, audiences and communities for a series of intergenerational conversations via Zoom. In connection to the Painted Bride’s Deep Roots Bold Future legacy, we invite you to join artists with deep Bride connections to discuss what this time is like from their perspective. Artists are our truth-sayers. Listen in as they share their thoughts and ask live questions. Let’s come together to create further momentum for the movement!
Thursday, August 20 | 6pm
Vashti Dubois + Blew Kind
FREE REGISTRATION HERE
Vashti Dubois is founder and Executive Director of The Colored Girls Museum a five year old memoir museum In Germantown Philadelphia. DuBoi has held leadership positions at a number of organizations over her 30-year career in non-profit and arts administration, working primarily on issues impacting girls and women of color including: Free Library of Philadelphia, Tree House Books, the Historic Church of the Advocate, Children’s Art Carnival in New York City, Haymarket People’s Fund in Boston, Congreso Girls Center, and The Leeway Foundation. DuBois is a graduate of Wesleyan University, and a NAMAC Fellow. She is currently working on a book about the making of The Colored Girls Museum.
Blew Kind, mother, artist, and entrepreneur, was born and raised in Virginia then moved to Philadelphia for performance school in 2006. She is a lover of the African diaspora, poetry, sustainable business, and bridging gaps between people groups providing safe spaces to explore, deepen, and be healthy. Kind understands the importance of balanced community to thrive as families and individuals; creating space for self awareness and self care. She has owned coffeehouse spaces for a decade and is excited to start more generative and creative businesses.