The Lyndon House Arts Center is pleased to host the annual Visions of MLK community celebration on January 19 from 1 - 3 pm. This year’s theme is Peaceful Resistance: Letter(s) From a Birmingham Jail. Vision of MLK is in its 12th year and is hosted by hip-hop producer and community activist, Montu Miller.
Day Program includes spoken word poetry, dance, step, community awareness and activism, community art exhibit entitled Peaceful Resistance: Letter(s) From A Birmingham Jail, music and more.
This event is free and open to all. Part of "Make it a Day On, not a Day Off"
Community Art Project Information:
This is a one-day Pop Up Gallery exhibit!
This year’s theme is Peaceful Resistance: Letter(s) From a Birmingham Jail. Vision of MLK is in its 12th year and is hosted by hip-hop producer and community activist, Montu Miller
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" -Martin Luther King Jr.
“We request visual artists, poets, and artists of all mediums to create art that echoes the theme of Peaceful Resistance: Letter(s) From a Birmingham Jail. As in years past, we encourage the artworks to be a collaboration (i.e. a visual artist uses the words of a poet to create a visual art piece), but this is not a requirement. The theme is "Letters from the Birmingham Jail" which is a play on the letter (not plural) from the Birmingham jail. MLK believed we must resist but still be peaceful and encourage love, he laid out peaceful resistance more clearly in that letter than any of his speeches.” – Montu Miller
Works will be accepted from Tuesday January 15 through Saturday January 19, 2019 during regular open hours. All works will be on view during Visions of MLK event on Saturday January 19, 1:00 - 3:00 pm.