UnCommon Herstories

March 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

March 28

Who: Laurie Cumbo

What: Founder and Executive Director of the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts ( MoCaDa) Cumbo has been integral in craving a space for an African Diasporan presence in the artistic world. The Museum not only serves as a space for artistic inspiration, but as well a sight for the cultivation and promotion of young artists, intellectuals, activists and community members. Institutions like MoCada provide the solid framework needed to build thriving communities.

When and Where: 1999, Brooklyn, New York

How: Become a member or donate at http://mocada.org/

Photo: Fort Greene The Local (NY Times)


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