A Note from BACCE Founder and Artistic Director, Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe
Hope you are all staying safe and washing your hands often. Wear your masks and be there when BACCE returns with our brand new original work, Black To The Future!
We are working virtually to bring this show to life and striving to remain strong throughout these revealing days. As a collective, we have taken this moment as an opportunity to create new cultural and economic paradigms that better serve our humanity and invigorate our lives in healthy ways. We are making soaps (for beautiful soap created by Edris visit sopu.store)and beauty products (for products to keep calm and hydrated visit kalmkorner.com); growing food and lessening our carbon footprint and envisioning new ways to connect to audiences and each other. We look forward to being in the same room with you but until then know that we are here and staying creative. In the mean, here are some of the resources we have found to help sustain us. Please, take advantage of these opportunities and stay strong. If you want to help us individually or collectively, please go to our contact page and let us know what you can do to help. We have members in need – rent money, food, suuplies (alchohol, wipes, masks, etc.)
Thank you for your continued support!
This website will direct you to two Bay Area programs to assist artists who are facing financial difficulty in the covid crisis
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