A SEAT AT THE TABLE: AN ARTS & CULTURE EXPERIENCE¬
A SEAT AT THE TABLE: AN ARTS & CULTURE EXPERIENCE
Thursday, April 27, 2023
This Something in the Water community event brings a night of conversation and celebration for Black arts and culture in the Hampton Roads community.
The Urban League of Hampton Roads (ULHR) in collaboration with the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (Virginia MOCA) will host “A Seat at the Table: An Arts & Culture Experience,” in celebration of the 3rd Annual Something in the Water Music Festival. The event will feature exhibitions from international artists, Kara Walker and LaToya M. Hobbs. Virginia MOCA will also be featuring atrium artists in residence, Amber Pierce, Poetry Jackson and Nadd Harvin, alongside four regional artists we selected to be featured throughout the museum: Ashley Raeneil, Chris Green, Loscar Creations, and QRCKY. Live music will be provided by Fortresses and Tha Fellaz, hosted by Q5. Additionally, the event will feature an Arts & Culture Panel Conversation, moderated by Stephanie Walters, featuring prominent and emerging creators, executives, and entrepreneurs discussing the importance of supporting Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) arts and culture, and elevating their voices and platforms, especially in the Hampton Roads region. This donation-based ticketed event offers a unique museum exhibition experience and promises to be the heartbeat of Hampton Roads creatives in Virginia Beach for the Something in the Water Festival.
For more information about artists and panelists, visit the event website:
TICKETS (21+ Event)
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS INCLUDE:
• 1 GA ticket to “A Seat at the Table: An Arts & Culture Experience” event
• Cash bar and food truck access (food trucks are not complimentary)
VIP TICKETS INCLUDE:
• 1 ticket to “A Seat at the Table: An Arts & Culture Experience” event
• 3 drink tickets and food truck access (food trucks are not complimentary)
• Private Entrance to event via Rodriguez Pavilion
• 1 pass to VIP Only Art Lounge Rodriguez Pavilion
• 1 Reserved Seat at Arts & Culture Panel Conversation
• 1 VIP Swag Bag
*Note: All donations are non-refundable, and proceeds will support the mission, programs, and services provided by the Urban League of Hampton Roads. Visit ulhr.org for more information.
Live music, art demonstrations, heavy hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, opportunity to explore Virginia MOCA art exhibitions including Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick, LaToya M. Hobbs: Flourish, and Atrium Artists in Residence: Amber Pierce, Poetry Jackson, and Nadd Harvin.
VIP & ULHR Black Card Members Only Early Access to event.
Doors open. Live music performances by Tha Fellaz.
Welcome, Arts & Culture Panel Conversation.
Live music performances by Fortresses Live.
Featured artists highlight.