Due to increased risk of COVID-19, the Opening Reception will be held via Zoom link.
The gallery website will have an active link for Zoom on the day of the event.
See the show from the comfort of your home, hear about Lowie’s work and his process, and ask him questions.
We hope you will join us.
Join the Youth Resiliency Institute in partnership with the Cherry Hill Community Coalition as we virtually celebrate the BLACK HISTORY, CULTURE and SELF-DETERMINATION of South Baltimore’s Historic Cherry Hill community through our Virtual Benefit Concert!
Our free, Virtual Benefit Concert will feature a full line-up of dynamic artists and stream ON-LINE at www.cherryhillfest.com beginning at 12:30p.m.(EST) on Saturday, July 4th. Learn more here: www.cherryhillfest.com
CHERRY HILL ARTS & MUSIC WATERFRONT FESTIVAL ARTS RELIEF FUND: The Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing inequities and altered community-based arts education. We refuse to let the Covid-19 pandemic silence arts and culture in the Cherry Hill community!
We are currently raising funds for culturally-relevant educational arts and crafts supplies and enrichment for children and youth in the Cherry Hill community. Learn about how you can make a tax-deductible donation here: www.cherryhillfest.com. Art Has No Boundaries!
There will be a virtual talk back with the Festival founders and some of the artists after the Virtual Benefit Concert.
Navasha Daya- Internationally renowned and music charting soul-jazz artist
Mighty Mark- Cherry Hill-native, Producer & DJ
Jonathan Gilmore & The Experience – Blues/Rock/Soul/Funk
Kerq – Cherry Hill-native, musician
Rashad D. Hawkins – indie hip-hop artist, producer and grassroots community organizer
Omnia Azar singer/ songwriter
Ernest Third Hip-Hop emcee
Mike- Mike ZOME Baltimore Hip-Hop emcee and Producer
TSU Terry award winning Baltimore Club Dancer
Amorous Ebony musician, poet, activist
Timothy Scurry Cherry Hill based musician
Brother Don Blackman Cherry Hill based poet/actor
Harriet Tubman performed by Cherry Hill based cultural arts youth organizer Dreona
Frederick Douglass performed by Cherry Hill’s own Don Blackman
*Special DJ set from Kyoto, Japan by Shuya Okino (Kyoto Jazz Massive/ Kyoto Jazz Sextet)
Special message from Ndea Davenport (Celectrixx/ formerly of the Brand New Heavies)Learn More