If These Walls Could Talk - Untold Stories of Austin's Black History

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Rowena Dasch
Phone:
5124782335
E-mail:
info@nchmuseum.org
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Black history is Austin's history and the Neill-Cochran House Museum serves as a backdrop to the story telling of black artisans who built Austin. As part of the exhibit, Jennifer R.Cumberbatch will perform a series of one-woman shows inspired by visual artist Ginger Geyer's artwork. If These Walls Could Talk runs Jan. 15 through May 3 and includes art, performance and film. Guided tours available daily Wednesday through Sunday, and special events throughout the exhibit run. Get your tickets today.
Free public opening reception on Jan. 18, 5 pm.

 

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Price:
Guided Tour - Pay at the Door - Price varies from $10-$5 Please call us: USD 10.00

 

Artists / Speakers: Ginger Geyer, visual artist, Jennifer R. Cumberbatch, actor and artist

 

Time: 11:00 to 16:00

 

Venue Name: Neill-Cochran House Museum


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2310 San Gabriel Street
Austin, TX 78705

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