Black Panther Collection Viewing & Presentation
Join the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council for a special opportunity to view and handle museum-quality Civil Rights Era photography and memorabilia from the collection of Shoreline resident Jerry Whiting.
Come hear from local art collector (and software designer by day) Jerry Whiting as he shares the story of how he began collecting the art of African American activists from the 1960-70s and his passion for this revolutionary period in American history. Whiting recently donated more than 200 works from his private collection to the newly opened National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. While some of these works have already traveled to the museum, others are still in Whitings possession and available to be appreciated and admired at this private art viewing.
5:30pm 6pm: Meet & Greet/Viewing
6pm 7pm: Presentation by Jerry Whiting
Space is limited.
THIS EVENT IS ONLY OPEN TO ARTS COUNCIL MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS.
Entry is $10. For guests 21 and over, ticket purchase will include one complimentary glass of wine.
If you are not currently a member but would like to attend this special event, join today at any level and we will send you the password to purchase tickets! Memberships start at just $35 and offer other great benefits, including free tickets to this months East Meets West Concert Weekend, 10% off at the Gallery at Town Center, and more.
Thank you to North City Bistro & Wine Shop for hosting this event!
You are invited to try some of the delicious food and drinks available for purchase at North City Bistro & Wine prior to and during the art viewing and presentation. Guests are also welcome to make plans to stay for dinner after the event.
Learn more about Jerry Whiting and his incredible collection here: http://www.seattleweekly.com/arts/black-power-in-black-and-white
Photo credit: Daniel Person / Seattle Weekly
North City WIne Bistro (View)
1520 NE 177th St.
Shoreline, WA 98155
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|