The Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center celebrated the opening of their new exhibits “Sacred Cows” by Imar Hutchins and the group show “Chocolate Cities,” (presented by Chocolate Redux) which were both curated by Martina Dodd, editor of DIRT.
Filmmakers, visual artists, politicians, philanthropists, musicians, businesspeople, and more filled the floor of the Museum, united by a shared passion for the local arts community. DJ Underdog kept the vibes high with music throughout the night, while allies of the Museum, such as Chris Van Hollen affirmed his support for the historic institution. Watch the recap and visit the photo gallery below.
– Words, video & photos by Antonio Hernandez
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