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Brooklyn Diaspora Art Mart: African & African Inspired Artisan Products August 13

From a release:

Brooklyn Diaspora Art Mart
with Tulani Kinard
August 13, 2011 12-7pm
YWCA 30 3rd Avenue
Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn, New York: The Diaspora Art Mart is a monthly celebration of Artisans who produce high quality African and African inspired products. It is currently held on the second Saturday of every month.

The Art Mart regularly features Art-Wear clothing, hand crafted jewelry and accessories, bath and body products, eclectic hats, healthful foods/ therapies, visual art and edutainment.

Come and feed your Spirit and -The Diaspora Art Mart!

Tulani Kinard’s music
poignantly tells stories of love, peace, transformation, activism and spiritual awakenings. A believer in the fact that “a song can save your life”, Tulani has taken the power of that statement and woven it’s profundity into every note of the music experienced in her live and recorded performances.

If you miss August 13, the next dates for the market are:
• September 10
• October 8
• November 12
• December 10
• possibly more dates to follow


Some of the Featured Designers are:
• Teaty-Sistaphyre Kreations
• Winnie Burch- Motleh
• Leroy Campbell- visual Artist
• Melody Burns - KIINI IBURA
• Celestine Collective
• Lois -Sweet Octavia
• Hats by Kat
• Kimaathi Haligah- KIMAATHI'S BEADS
Helen Stubbs CHRISCERRINE ACCESSORIES (image at left)
• Delali Haligah OSUN Designs

Admission is FREE
30 3rdAvenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205 · Get Directions
Phone - 718 978 3467
Sat August 13, 2011: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm


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