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To celebrate Black History Month, also known as Black Futures Month, P.S. ARTS’ social media will spotlight contemporary, local Black artists whose work blurs the lines between history, the present, and visionary dreams for the future. As we educate ourselves and each other about the cultural impacts of Black artists in America, we remember that no culture is a monolith and that there’s much more than just pain and suffering when it comes to Black history–there is abundant joy and creativity that has always been central to changing local communities.

In addition to individual artists, we’ll also be spotlighting the many different cultural institutions and community spaces here in Central and Southern California with arts education focused Black History/Black Futures Month programming. Here’s a list of that programming we know of so far:

California African American Museum


St. Elmo Village:

Celebrating from home? The Los Angeles Public Library (LAPL) offers a list of resources for you to learn and explore from home including articles, reading lists, and a list of events being held at library branches throughout Los Angeles: lapl.org/african-american

To learn more follow us on instagramtwitter, or facebook and keep an eye out for these posts throughout the month of February!  



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