Join us at our fall gallery opening, Be:tween Words, an exhibit of work from visual artist and filmmaker Brandan ‘BMike’ Odums. Using mediums such as spray paint and acrylic paint, Odum’s work depicts Black life in New Orleans, telling stories of resistance and advocacy and paying homage to Ta-Nehisi Coates and other writer-activists.
Be:tween Words is an exhibit of his work from StudioBe, as featured on OWN’s Queen Sugar.
Ongoing, September 14 – October 22, 2017 | 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. | 218 Witherspoon, African American Cultural Center Gallery
You are also invited to join us as we welcome Brandan for the opening reception of Be:tween Words on Thursday, September 14th, at 5:30pm in the AACC Gallery (218 Witherspoon).
Kindly RSVP by Tuesday, September 12th.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, NC State will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 10 days before the event. For more information, please contact the African American Cultural Center at 919.515.5210.