Introducing the Interns from the program
Future Entrepreneurs in Creative Industries.
These dedicated students are providing critical support and learning workforce skills from organizations including Christina Cultural Arts Center, The Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs and the Delaware Children's Museum.
FRONT ROW (L-R):
Helen Powell, Rashida Talib, Abbreanna Wright, Nicole Pottinger. BACK ROW (L-R):
Janelle Cazoe, Willie Howard, Nyleja Rose, Giovanni Lopez, Brianna Powell, D'Ante Palmer.
Not pictured: Terrie Goins, Amira Davis, Zanieca Scott, Ta'sey Harmon, Edward Powell, Monet Johnson,
Malik Walters, Aishae Arter, Kaleya Anderson.
This program is made possible by Bank of America and City of Wilmington Community Development Block Grant funds.
Wonderluv: CCAC Faculty Tribute to Stevie Wonder
Friday, May 2, 7:30pm
Darnell Miller | Musical Director & Guitar/Vocals
Donna Tucker-Jones | Vocals
Francee Boulware | Keyboards
Norwood Coleman | Strings
Benod Durham | Percussion
Vernell "Dooder" Mincey, Drums
Jeff Knoettner, Piano
Tony Smith, Bass
Umoja Strings & Fruits of the Spirit
Justin Graham, Parris Bowens & Richard Raw
Doors open at 7:00pm
| Performance 7:30pmClifford Brown Performance Space
705 N. Market Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
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Wilmington Trap Stars:
A Street Art Exhibition
March 22-June 15
CLICK HERE to view a promo clip of the exhibit!
Initiated by Dr. Yasser Payne of the University of Delaware's Black American Studies Department, this Street Art Exhibition is an opportunity to showcase artwork held in esteem in low-income communities -- art typically ignored by traditional art galleries. Street Art commonly includes graffiti, street murals, street memorials, collaging, tattooing, barbering, live performances, sneaker exhibitions, clothing, traditional art, and more. The exhibition will feature striking representations that range in size and topic, but speak about structural inequality leading to street crime. Artistic pieces focus on economic poverty, substance abuse, housing, homelessness, law enforcement, incarceration, physical violence and related topics.
Exhibit Opening Friday, April 4, 5:30-10:00pm
Saturday, April 5, 12:00-3:00pm
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
|A SPECIAL OFFER for CCAC Families!
Market Street Music
The Spiritual Bach: A Connection Across Space and Time
Featuring Organist Marvin Mills & Soprano Marlissa Hudson
J.S. Bach's 329th birthday - a celebration with a twist!
Saturday, 3/22, 7:30pm
First & Central Church
1100 N. Market Street
Use online code CCAC10 for $10 tickets to this peformance! CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS!
Christina Cultural Arts Center Inc. is a proud beneficiary of the
Wine + Food Festival