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Dates:Sunday, September 25, 2022 - Tuesday, October 25, 2022
Hours:12:30-6:00 PM
Ages:Kids, Teens, Adults
Cost:Free see below
Category:Arts & Culture

Da Boneyard is an Interactive Artistic Event Funded By Boston's Mayor's Office of Culture/Opportunity Grant and presented By Black Coral Inc a non profit that educates and empowers communities about climate change and ancient indigenous knowledgeDa Boneyard is a Post-Pandemic Stress Disorder ameliorating installation which focuses on honoring those who were the victims of the Pandemic through customs and practices of African and Appalachian mountain cultures of Yoruban and Granny Magic extraction.

There will be an art exhibit on the lawn of the Museum of the National Center of Afro American Artists,as well as Music and Drumming from multiple cultures and Praise dance.

Refreshments and the interactive art of decorating of a ceremonial Yoruban mound for the departed as well as bottle trees for guiding the departed souls will be integrated into the installation.

Featured will be the Art of Black Coral Inc.'s Eco Activists; Pam Goncalves (Artist/Social Justice Activist/The Bottle Tree Lady).

L'Merchie Frasier (Quilt Artist/ Painter) Ruth Rosner (Sculptor,/Author/Illustrator) Gail Bos (Guerrilla Artist/Painter),Mike Thierry (Artist/Multi-Media),J.Lynda Blake (Publisher/Contractor,) Cornell Coley (Teaching Artist/Drummer/Event Producer) Sabrina Pilet-Jones (Florist/Farmer).

(Sponsored By Edmund Barry Gaither Director and Curator of the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA), and Special Consultant to the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA}

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300 Walnut Street, Boston, MA, 02119 map
Phone: 617-294-5458

Where: Museum of NCAAA (THE BIG HEAD GREEN) 300 Walnut Ave Roxbury MA.02119
When: September 25th 2022-October 2022
Time: 12:30 PM


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