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Verizon Wireless, The Andrew Young Foundation, The Atlanta Cyclorama, and Urban Film Review Present Black History Film Festival February 22, 2014 at Riverside Epicenter (135 Riverside Parkway Austell, GA 30168). For more info, visit www.blackhistoryfilmfestival.com.
The premiere screening of “Elementary Genocide” took place before a standing room only audience. After the screening, a roundtable discussion took place with with panelists: Dr. Torrance Stephens (professor Clark Atlanta University), Tracey Syphax (Author Activist), Teen Sci-Fi Author of the Year Stone Erickson, Supreme Understanding (Activist/ Author), Kalonji Changa (Community Organizer/Author) & Edward Ganes Jr. (Founder From Afros To Shelltoes).
Video: The Foreign Exchange Better feat. Eric Roberson & Shana Tucker
Award winning writer, activist, and educator Edward M. Garnes, Jr., founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, co- stars in the highly anticipated documentary film “Elementary Genocide: From Primary to Penitentiary ” directed by award-winning filmmaker and music journalist Rahiem Shabazz.
It is becoming very difficult to not crack a smile when The Foreign Exchange and friends engage in their signature “slap your mamma funny” kind of whimsy. Zo!’s latest visuals, directed by Kenneth Price, for the two stepping good time “We Are On The Move” finds Phonte and Eric Roberson joining him in a clever ode to The Whispers’ video for their 1983 hit “Keep On Loving Me.”
Music head Harold Pride uncensored at Spelman’s Community Conversations.
ANTHONY DAVID LIVE WITH THE DO GOODERS November 15, 2013 @ The LOFT (ATL).
Evolve! Artists Live, Inc., and photographer John Crooms will host a special Artist Talk for “A Great Day In Atlanta: 2003-2013 Before & Beyond” Photography Exhibition. Held Thursday, October 24th, at Art of Giving Gallery, at 7pm
photo credit: www.shannonmccollum.com
Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, will moderate the ”Finding Success With Crowd Funding” panel at the Funk Jazz Kafe Documentary Film Festival & Music Conference on Saturday, October 5, 2013 …
A3C, Fahamu Pecou Art, Flux Projects and High Gravity Hip Hop present ALL DAT GLITTERS AINT GOALS. After critically acclaimed presentations in New York, South Carolina, Austin & Houston, TX, ADG premieres for the first time in ATLANTA! This event will feature the art and the first ever LIVE PERFORMANCE of music from the EP!
The grand opening of the highly anticipated unveiling of “A Great Day In Atlanta: 2003-2013 Before & Beyond” Photography Exhibition will be held Friday, October 4th at Art of Giving Gallery, at 7pm.
Phonte & Nicolay (The Foreign Exchange) bring their musical joy to Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse on October 26, 2013 at 8pm.