Kicking off the 2019 Artist Gallery is Jessi Jumanji. Jessi has previously shown at Alkebulan in a group exhibit. She has an amazing body of work that we felt must be displayed at our center. Exhibit will be on display 1/16/19-1/23/19 contact: email@example.com to schedule alternate viewing times.
We are inviting the neighbors, the city, and all to join us for a special evening of celebration, education, and spooky surprises. Come experience the Alkebulan Cultural Center transformed into a spooky old house filled with the delight, talent, and magnetic energy of our young people dressed as their favorite ancestor!
RSVP Requested at https://goo.gl/forms/QTbeHvdBRsPfo9Re2 or Call 626.794-9570
Facilitated by The People's Institute a 40 years old international collective of anti-racist, multicultural community organizers the Undoing Racism®/Community Organizing Workshops, technical assistance, and consultations, help individuals, communities, organizations and institutions move beyond addressing the symptoms of racism to undoing the causes of racism so as to create a more just and equitable society. *Lunch will be provided.
10/25 9am-5pm,10/26 9am-5pm,10/27 9am-2pm
We welcome guest facilitator Sydney Reece M.A. for our Fall Masterclass/Workshop Series.
Mindfulness meditation is a powerful and ancient meditation technique that is proven to help reduce stress, alleviate anxiety and depression, and even help with pain and illness. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Bring a pillow or something soft to sit on.
Fee: pay what you can, walk-ins welcome $10 Suggested Donation
What but Art, has been able to capture the magic, majesty, and mercurial mysteries of People of Color? What but Art has described the infinite, ancestral and yet futurist divinity of our humanity.
We invite you to our end of summer gallery exhibit illuminating "Children of the Sun" featuring visual artist who have captured our beauty, strength, and history through fantasy and imagination.
Raymond Harold Lewis Industries Regalia Presents: REIKI, TEA AND JEWELRY LAUNCH AND RECEPTION. Kundalini Reiki promotes and accelerates physical and emotional healing and mental wee-being / increases your energy / raises your vibration / approves your self-confidence and self-esteem / reduces stress and is relaxation therapy / a heart-centered safe natural and non-invasive modality to heal yourself with universal life force energy.
The Alkebulan "SPRING: Rebirth, Renew, Revive" Exhibit- centers the feminine voice of the African Diaspora. Which includes multicultural expressions of rebirth, renewal, and revival.
Exhibit will run March 21-28, 2018. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for gallery hours.
We will have a special screening of Ava DuVernay's "Selma" on Jan 14th at 6PM. This is a free event and family friendly. Come out and celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and witness one of his most astounding victories with "Selma". This movie is rate PG-13.
Did you know there are ancient Pyramids in Los Angeles? This is your opportunity to tour with a guide and view them.
Nomad Winterhawk, originally from Pasadena, will take you on a guided tour of a little known aspect of Africans in Southern California. We will met at Alkebulan 9-10:30am for a visual presentation and discussion of the tour locations. We will leave for tour at 10:30am. We will stop at Los Encinos State Historic Park and go to the mountain called, 'the Lady's Face' to walk up a steep trail to be able to look down and see the location of the pyramid pond complex.
about Nomad Winterhawk: Nomad is an African-Native American. He is African in ethnic origin and Native American in cultural orientation. He is a Medicine Man that has become a Historian, a Ceremonial Chief that has travelled as a teacher of Circular Thought and the Medicine Wheel Ways. He has been a guide to many on the path to self-development and to others a bridge for greater cultural sensitivity in understanding the role of Africans within the Native American Cultural Legacy. He is also a pioneer in documenting the history of early African presence throughout the Americas since -70,000 B.C. and a member of A.S.C.A.C. (The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations) in the United States.
Cost $25 transportation and lunch will be provided.
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Sistahs of the Lens (SOL or The SOL) embrace a philosophy of inquiry, adventure, and exposition in their art. Five African American Women – Sistahs -- came together to challenge, inspire, support, encourage, and critique one another’s creative works for the SOL purpose of improving their skills and stretching the boundaries of their individual and collective art.
The SOL is a diverse group of women from both coasts of the USA, bringing together the power and beauty of shared roots and distinct perspectives. The synergy of the group creates a positive, audacious spirit which finds expression in the photographs of each member. Capture the light, make the everyday exceptional, reveal the depths -- through photography
This is Alkebulan's first appearance in Pasadena/Altadena Open Studios Tour. Featured artist are Emerson Terry, Bart Ross, LP Akili Ross, Christen Austin, Gloria Mushonga Roberts and Riea Owens. There will be art originals, prints, jewelry and cards for sale.
Please join us for a powerful one-night event at Alkebulan Cultural Center.
Renowned Altadena artist Chukes will show ten works from his most recent collection of new work titled, “Identity Theft”. This body of work challenges the misconceptions of human identity and the negative and deadly effects it has on Black people, and people of color.
This is not an art exhibit; this is a gathering of minds to help educate and bring a positive social change through the dialogue of art.
The works of Michael Chukes will be going on display nationwide.
But before that takes place Chukes wants to display in his home town. You owe it to yourself to view these pieces before they leave So. Cal. Check chukesart.com to get a feel for the talent and passion of this amazing local artist and join in on a very important dialog. - Riea Owens, Alkebulan Cultural Center Artist Gallery-Curator
The Original Americans Children of the Sun
Tickets: $20 in advance. $25 at the door
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Call 562.644.3194 or 310.912.5927
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