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AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTS & CULTURE COMPLEX
NAMES SORIANO-BILAL NEW DIRECTOR:
SAN FRANCISCO – Mohammed Soriano-Bilal, an accomplished performer, music and film producer and businessman, has been tapped to lead the African American Arts & Culture Complex in San Francisco’s Western Addition. Press Release PDF | WORD

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The African American Art & Culture Complex is thrilled to announce the arrival of its new executive director, Kimberly Hayes: SAN FRANCISCO – Following the successful decade-long tenure of London Breed, who was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors last year, Hayes hails from New York City, where she has spent the last seven years working for Viacom’s MTV Networks as a senior sales executive. She has a long history of volunteerism and community work. Press Release

2013 MAYOR’S ART AWARD Goes to….Rhodessa Jones

MAYOR LEE ANNOUNCES RHODESSA JONES AS RECIPIENT OF
2013 MAYOR’S ART AWARD:
SAN FRANCISCO – Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced Rhodessa Jones, an acclaimed performance and community artist, has been named to receive the 2013 Mayor’s Art Award. Press Release

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AFROSOLO THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS AFROSOLO ARTS FESTIVAL 19: SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco’s award-winning AfroSolo Theatre Company presents its 18th annual AfroSolo Arts Festival, celebrating African American artists giving voice to the Black experience. Press Release

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HELLO GOODBYE: SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Arts Commission will say its goodbyes to longtime Commission President PJ Johnston at a community celebration on March 24, just as the African American Art & Culture Complex welcomes Johnston onto its board of directors. Press Release

HOSTS THE 2ND ANNUAL DAY OF SERVICE COMMEMORATING DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.: San Francisco, CA- On January 16, 2012, the African American Art & Culture Complex (AAACC), cordially invites San Francisco residents to volunteer for MLK National Day of Service. The 2nd annual event will take place at 762 Fulton Street in San Francisco beginning at 8:00AM. Press Release

African American Art & Culture Complex Thriving

CELEBRATING THE 11TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY FAIR: SF Gate Weekend Chronicle. Tuesday, December 20, 2011. Click here to read the full article.

Cultural Odyssey in association with African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

UNDERGROUND JAZZ CABARET & AN EVENING WITH WOMEN OF CALYPSO: In celebration of National Women’s Month Cultural Odyssey will present The Underground Jazz Cabaret featuring a “An Evening with Women of Calypso”. Performances are Thursdays through Sundays, March 24 - 27, 2011. Press Release

The Village Project Presents The 5th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration, 2010 - “Uniting to Strengthen Our Families and Communities”

NIA (PURPOSE) HOSTED BY THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ART & CULTURE COMPLEX: The Seven Principles of Kwanzaa will be hosted at nine different venues throughout the City. Participating communities will present exciting and enriching cultural programs intended to both engage and entertain the entire family. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

GALA AFRICAN DANCE AND DRUM PERFORMANCE: The Seventh Annual San Francisco African Dance and Drum Festival runs from
Wednesday, November 10, through Sunday, November 14, 2010. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

ETHIOPIAN-ISRAELI DANCE TROUPE DEBUTS IN SAN FRANCISCO - Performance to Benefit Inner-City Youth Program: An Ethiopian-Israeli dance troupe will make its San Francisco debut on October 14, 2010, in a benefit performance for San Francisco Students Back on Track, a cross-cultural after-school tutoring and mentoring program for underserved youth in the city. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

ZOMBIE: THE RESURRECTION OF FELA KUTI: This exhibition is to resurrect and celebrate the creative spirit of Fela Kuti. Born Olu-Fela Anikulapo Kuti on October 15, 1938 in Abeokuta, Nigeria. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

ELEMENTS OF HIP-HOP: THE ART OF A MOVEMENT: A celebration of the movement called Hip Hop. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex - Sargent Johnson Gallery Presents

WE WERE THERE: An exhibit exploring the lesbian response to the early AIDS epidemic among gay men - an untold, pivotal part of LGBT history. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

RHAPSODY IN BLUE: Some of Nannette Harris’s beloved and popular works like: James Brown, Carlos Santana, and Tina Turner. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

THE 91' OWL: LEAVING A BUS STOP NEAR YOU: A play based on the intersecting lives of various cultures and sub-cultures. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

THE ART OF LIVING BLACK: The Vibrancy of Color. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

PAST FORWARD: African Spirituality in Contemporary Black Art. Press Release

African American Art and Culture Complex Presents

ONE YEAR LATER: A Community Photographic Exhibit of the 56th Presidential Inauguration. Press Release