Social change is at the forefront of the two-day event, which takes place Thursday and Friday at a number of venues throughout downtown Gainesville.
“The Colored Door at the Train Depot” shines a light on the first African American to command whites in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps during WW2.
The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre celebrates Black History Month with a thought-provoking play examining the relationship between abolitionists Frederick Douglass and John Brown.
This month’s Artwalk includes an opening reception for “Intimate States | Works on Paper,” an exhibit spotlighting the work of contemporary artist Eduardo Sarmiento.
The Hippodrome’s first play of 2019 examines the institution of marriage through the eyes of a woman who revisits the family she once abandoned.
This year’s Downtown Festival & Art Show has been pushed back to the first weekend in December, but organizers and artists still anticipate a successful…