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PLUS: The Color of Jazz - The Art of Romare Bearden

  • Mon., Nov. 10, 2003, 6:00 PM
  • Multiple Venues
  • 2 hours
  • $15.00
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About

A child of the Harlem Rennaissance, Romare Bearden translated the music of jazz to canvas in vivid, living color. In this engaging lecture and performance, you'll learn about Bearden's jazz and visual arts influences from Smithsonian curator, Ruth Fine, and hear the music of the exciting Keter Betts Trio.

Artists

  • general artist image Ruth Fine, curator

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