Agape Creative Boutique, in partnership with The Art of Banksy Exhibit, presents The Kulture Museum in preview. The Kulture Museum is a symposium of the creative expression of black art that delves into the union of history, culture and transformation. The exhibition incorporates the works of five Chicago artists using mixed media focused on cultural expression that aims to provoke and inspire. Star artist Roger J. Carter, from the South-Side of Chicago, is a politically motivated and shameless artist who uses his art to educate the masses and protest injustice. Robert Lewis Clark, Alan Emerson Hicks, Uneq’ka McNeal and Paul Branton are the other artists on display in the exhibit located at 360 N. State Street.
âThe artists all manifest a series through mixed media based on their unique perspectives and the chosen medium. The selection of works of art was selected to reflect a segment of cultural dynamism intended to cultivate an understanding of change in various forms, âshares Nicole Murray, director of the Agape creative boutique and curator of the Kulture museum. âEach piece has been deliberately chosen to showcase the artistic energy designed to influence change and spark conversation. “
The artists all manifest a series through mixed media based on their unique perspectives and chosen medium. The art selection was chosen to translate a segment of cultural dynamism intended to cultivate an understanding of change in various forms. Each piece has been deliberately chosen to showcase the artistic energy designed to bring about change and spark conversation. The Culture Museum takes place from September 29 to October 31, 2021. On the evening of October 14, an artist visit, a preview and a dedication of star artists between 6.30 pm and 9.30 pm, an event sound installation by TTPMG Artist Nathan Palmer.
Sharing the appreciation of art with students, the Kulture Museum will host Mogul Nation Day for students of Englewood Montessori and local community schools. The day will include a tour of the exhibition, a lecture on art and artistic activities. To close the month, a Kulture Museum Halloween Party will be held on October 28, 2021 between 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. There will be a signature of prints for limited prints by artists Roger J. Carter and a panel. Limited tickets for the exhibition are available to the public to purchase online at AgapeCollective.com. To benefit from a 20% discount all month, use the code: AGAPE2021. The show will also serve as a fundraiser to support the Breonna Taylor Foundation, Save the Hampton House and Mogul Nation with a percentage of the profits from the selected pieces.
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