On February 15th, So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons presented Oju Ibeji, with hosts Melonie and Melorra Green (Ibeji) in conversation with underground journalist and producer and host of The Block Report radio. Over wine and cheese, artists and audience engaged in a challenging conversation about race and revolution. Full audio of this salon... Continue Reading →
So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons was kicked off this Thursday, Feb 1st with DJ Black (Mellanique Robicheaux) spinning the soul. You missed exciting performances by AeJay Mitchell (pictured below) and Rotimi Agbabiaka, tamales from our friends at the famed Roosevelt's Tamale Parlor and soothing scents from the Artist Self Care kits offered by... Continue Reading →
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Join us as we kick off the So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons series and Black History Month! Performances by Rotimi Agbabiaka and DJ Black on the turnable! oh yeah It is #ThrowBlack Thursday!!! 7pm, Brava Theater Cabaret, 2781-24th Street, San Francisco 94110
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Join us at Brava Theater as BACCE commemorates, celebrates and cultivates the phenomenal Black Art scene. Every third Thursday of the month, BACCE takes over Brava's Cabaret to unleash Black Art in a series of salons that include performance, food, music and conversation. Co-presented w/ Brava Theater. Feb 1 – Black Heaven: Spiritual House Party &... Continue Reading →
(l-r, Kehinde Koyejo, Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe, Adrian Roberts in Barbecue, SF Playhouse) Fresh on the heels of the Bay Area premiere of Bootycandy, BACCE company members, Kehinde Koyejo & Edris Cooper-Anifowose once again inhabit the wild world of Robert O'Hara in San Francisco PLayhouse's production of Barbecue, directed by Margo Hall. Bay Area critics declare the... Continue Reading →
This summer, BACCE Artistic Director and Bootycandy director, Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe and company member, Rotimi Agbabiaka (Type/Caste, Bootycandy) team up to co-director the San Francisco Mime Troupe's annual summer touring production, WALLS written by SF Mime Troupe resident playwright, Michael Gene Sullivan. The production marks a return for Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe to her artistic beginnings 25... Continue Reading →