Hampton Art Lovers Presents BPM: Beats, Pics & Masters on December 8, 2023

Hampton Art Lovers Presents BPM: Beats, Pics & Masters on December 8, 2023

Hampton Art Lovers Presents BPM: Beats, Pics & Masters at Point Comfort Art Fair + Show in Historic Overtown on December 8, 2023 at 3:30-8:00pm.

Renowned Hip-Hop Figures Gather for an Artistic Discourse and Sound Sculptures Mixer 

Historic Overtown, Miami, FL – Hampton Art Lovers is set to host a groundbreaking event, BPM: Beats, Pics & Masters, as part of their Indaba Lounge Series Artist Talk at the Point Comfort Art Fair + Show, held at the Historic Ward Rooming House (249 NW 9th St, Miami, FL 33136), on Friday, December 8th, from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. The engaging talk will be moderated by Dr. James Peterson, President of Hip Hop Scholars, Inc., and feature renowned Photojournalist Rahsaan “Fly Guy” Alexander and Datwon Thomas, Editor of Vibe Magazine. Following the discussion, the festivities will continue with the Indaba Lounge Series | Mixer: Sound Sculptures from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. 

Experience an evening of art and music with the Sound Sculptures Mixer, curated by Fly Guy & Friends and hosted by the Zeta Nu Nu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. This Mixer promises a vibrant fusion of sound, culture, and fraternity. 

Event Details: • Date: Friday, December 8th, 2023 • Time: Artist Talk – 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm | Mixer – 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm • Location: Historic Ward Rooming House, 249 NW 9th St, Miami, FL 33136 

Panel Moderated by:Dr. James Peterson, Hip-Hop Scholars, Inc.

Sponsors: • City of Miami Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Revitalization Agency • Art of Black (Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau) • 100 Black Men of Florida • FIU-Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab • E11even Vodka • Duke + Dame Whiskey 

About Point Comfort Art Fair + Show 2023

Point Comfort is a unique art exhibition and Indaba Lounge Series that merges art, conversations, and community. The theme for this year, “Be For the Culture/Before the Culture: Celebrating Hip Hop’s Golden Jubilee,” commemorates the 50th anniversary of hip-hop, celebrating its transformative impact on culture and society.

About Hampton Art Lovers: Hampton Art Lovers’ mission is to accentuate African-American Fine Art’s inspirational, unifying, and enriching aspects in new and old settings. They are passionate supporters of Hampton University’s long-standing commitment to African-American art, the Hampton University Museum Collection, and the International Review of African Americans.

The International Review of African American Art (IRAAA) is its primary print publication and a global resource for best-in-class Black and African-American art. IRAAA was first published in 1976 as Black Art: An International Quarterly. The quarterly art journal was published by artist and educator Dr. Samella Lewis and two associates to cover the visual expression of black people in the United States and Africa. In 1984, Black Art became the International Review of African American Art (IRAAA), as the publication was broadening its focus to include the visual art of African-descended people throughout the Americas. In 1992, the operations of the IRAAA were transferred to Hampton University, Samella Lewis’ undergraduate alma mater.

Hampton Art Lovers believes in the power of culture and education to improve communities, universities, and the world. They advocate for Black arts by creating a collective of supporters committed to sharing the work of artists whose creativity and self-expression inspire the community. For more information and to stay updated on the Point Comfort Art Fair & Show, visit www.hamptonartlovers.com/pointcomfort (https://chat.openai.com/c/www.hamptonartlovers.com/pointcomfort). 

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