unapologetic me: A Celebration of Black Queer Art

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Saturday February 22

5:00 PM  –  7:00 PM

About: Join KANEKO and Andrew Aleman Consulting for unapologetic me: A Celebration of Black Queer Art. We invite the Omaha community to join us for an evening filled with visual art from several Omaha-based black queer and trans artists. The evening will end with a showing of unapologetic me: Black | Gay | Man. This screendance by Justin Dominic and producers Justin Dominic, Micaiah Carter, and Daniel P. Calderon, tells a story through movement and visual imagery, about the intersectionality of being a black gay man. Justin Dominic and Daniel P. Calderon will be joining us from New Jersey for a filmmakers discussion following the showing.

Tickets: This program FREE, but registration is required and space is limited. A suggested donation of $10 cash donation is requested at the door - all money raised goes to our featured visual artists.

A Note on Jones Street: Don't mind our mess! While the city of Omaha is revitalizing Jones Street on the north side of our building, we're still open! Our sidewalks are clear, and you can enter our building through our main entrance on the east side of our building on 11th & Jones or the K-UNO Library entrance on the west side of our building at 12th & Jones.

Parking: KANEKO is located in three turn-of-the-century warehouses in the historic Old Market District in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Public street, meter, and garage parking is available on the blocks surrounding KANEKO and throughout the Old Market.

Access: If you have any questions or would like support with specific access needs please contact us at info@thekaneko.org or 402.341.3800 at least three days prior to your visit and we will do our best to help you attend comfortably.

Questions: Contact our office at 402.341.3800.