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The Broadway Advocacy Coalition (BAC) presents “The Fellowship Hall” celebrating the inaugural class of the BAC Artivism Fellowship, created this year to support Black femme-identifying artist-activists using their craft, tools and care for others to have an impact on the world around them.
Inspired by the familiar southern Black church, “The Fellowship Hall” will spotlight the dynamic and varied voices of the Black women and our non-binary homie from this year’s Fellowship and the artistic advocacy projects they have been developing over the last six months. The Fellowship Hall includes an Opening Night Celebration, the Fellowship Festival and the release of the online Fellowship Hall featuring the work of each Fellow.
The Opening Night on Thursday, May 20 is a night of celebration and reflection featuring BAC Co-founder Amber Iman, Artistic Director Chesray Dolpha, Program Managers Dria Brown and Nia Akilah Robinson and the full cohort of Artivism Fellows. The event will mark the official launch of “The Fellowship Hall” website spotlighting each of the Fellows and their work.
The Festival runs through Sunday, May 23, with a focus on each Fellow and the debut of their Artivism project both at the festival and online.