Come join us for a one-of-a-kind experience as we celebrate Afrofuturism live! Immerse yourself in the world of Afrofuturism, a cultural movement that combines elements of African diaspora, science fiction, technology, and imagination.
At our event, we will explore Afrofuturism through various art forms, including captivating visual art, exhilarating dance performances, soul-stirring music, and cutting-edge fashion. Get ready to be transported to a future where creativity knows no bounds.
Tickets for this event are not free-of-charge. However, subscribers to the CSF mailing list (in the footer of this page) will receive a discount code for a limited number of free standing-room tickets. Make sure you’re signed up to the mailing list to take advantage of this first-come-first-served opportunity.
Afrofuturism is a powerful and empowering movement that envisions a future where black culture, heritage, and innovation take center stage. It challenges societal norms and reimagines possibilities for the African diaspora. It is a celebration of resilience, creativity, and the limitless potential of black people.
Join us on Friday, September 29, 2023, and witness a glimpse of the future. Step into a world where time travel is possible, where art, science, and culture intertwine effortlessly. Prepare to be inspired as we embark on this incredible journey together.
To enhance your experience, we have arranged for Multi-Grammy, Golden Globe, and NAACP Image Award-winning duo w/ a unique blend of soulful melodies and laid back beats, WeAreLoFi (Charles Haynes & Mitch Henry) to provide the soundtrack for the evening. Their unique blend of soulful melodies and futuristic beats will transport you to another dimension.
Additionally, you will have the opportunity to witness the stunning designs of House of Nahdra and Lady Ice, two visionary fashion houses that seamlessly blend traditional African aesthetics with modern and futuristic elements. Their creations will leave you in awe and redefine your perception of fashion.
This event promises to be a transformative experience that will leave an indelible mark on your soul. So mark your calendars, spread the word, and join us on this extraordinary night. Prepare to celebrate Afrofuturism, embrace the future, and be forever changed.
Multicultural Arts Center
41 Second Street
The Multicultural Art Center is a non-profit corporation founded in 1978 as an arts center focused on helping diverse populations better understand one another. In 1985 we moved into our home at 41 Second Street.
Our mission is to present multicultural visual and performing arts programs to educate the community about diversity, and make our facility available to artists or groups that might not otherwise have access to a professionally equipped facility or the cultural mainstream.