Closing Bell: Black Artstory Month Comes to Myrtle Avenue

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Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership is organizing a series of events next month in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill for Black Artstory Month, celebrating the contributions African Americans  have made within the arts community. There will be 20 free events throughout February, beginning with an opening reception on February 1 at The Emerson featuring performances by Patrick Dougher and DJ Hot Hand.

Storytellers will gather at Splitty on February 13 to talk about travelling and belonging somewhere in How Much Longer Till We’re Home, and several local artists will create a community mural at Hadas Gallery on the 16th. Check out the full schedule of events at Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership.

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