African Foundation Timeline Exhibition At BSOA

January 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

Ashay University, in collaboration with Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda [CURB], will be presenting the Mobile African Foundation Timeline Exhibit at the Bermuda Society of Arts.

“Located on the third floor of City Hall in Hamilton, the exhibit runs from Friday, February 8th to Tuesday, February 19th, 2019. The 16-foot long, 4-feet high timeline provides a brief overview of the first people to live on the earth and their many contributions that created the foundation of world civilization,” a spokesperson explained.

“The African Foundation Timeline was created by veteran educator, Mwalimu Melodye Micëre Van Putten; she has utilized it as a powerful teaching tool to show children and adults alike that Black history does not being in slavery, but at the beginning of time.

“Beautifully rendered by Bermudian artist Mrs. Angela Ming-Bean, the timeline is a visually exquisite teaching tool that is a must-see. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10am to 4pm; Saturdays, 10am to 2 pm.

“After the exhibit, the Mobile African Foundation Timeline will be available for lecture programmes at schools, churches, etc. Come and be inspired by the excellence of African people as exemplified by the Mobile African Foundation Timeline!”

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