3536 Grand Ave
Dallas, TX 75210
An upcoming ground-breaking exhibit will share a new perspective on the Atlantic Slave Trade and the African American perspective. It will also highlight the experiences of AfroMexicans across the regions of Coahuila, the coast of Veracruz and Costa Chica in Guerrero and Oaxaca. The new exhibition curated by Jorge Baldor and Zameer Jiwani of Latino Arts Project reframes the conversation about freedom and the journeys taken by Africans through a collaborative and interactive presentation celebrating AfroMexican art and history. The free, community grand opening celebration of Yanga: Path to Freedom in the Americas will take place at the African American Museum in Dallas’ Fair Park on Saturday, April 9. The exhibit will run through the end of October.
WHAT: Yanga: Journeys to Freedom
WHERE: African American Museum at Fair Park
3536 Grand Ave, Dallas, TX 75210
OPENING: Grand Opening – Saturday, April 9th starting at 6:00PM
HOURS: The exhibition will run through the end of October
Tuesday – Friday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
COST: Admission is free for all ages
For More Information: LatinoArtsProject.org