by Nancy Brunswick. (Free admission)
Screening of the documentary followed by a discussion with Zion Museum resident artist Pamela Chatterton-Purdy and her husband Rev. David A. Purdy, who researched and wrote the film’s historical material. (Free admission)
An oral history project of the Kennedy family on Cape Cod. Zion Union Heritage Museum. Donations accepted.
Screening of the documentary Journeys in the Light, Untold Stories of Cape Cod, followed by a discussion with the artists and filmmaker. $10 for CCMoA and ZUHM members. $12 for non-members.
A talk by Meadow Dibble Hilley, Ph.D. and editor of The International Educator Newspaper. Donations accepted.
The artist will show his work and discuss the “how” and the “why” of his unique and intriguing paintings. (Free admission)
Screening of the documentary (Free admission)
Saturday, February 3. 2-4 pm. Open house. 2:30 pm screening of the documentary Journeys in the Light, Untold Stories of Cape Cod. 400 years of the little-known history of People of Color in this region, featuring art, artifacts, and archival material from the museum. Zion Union Heritage Museum. Refreshments. Donations accepted.
Thursday, February 1. 6 pm. Presentation by Zion Museum resident artist Robin Joyce Miller titled The Influence of Jazz on Art. Cape Cod Museum of Art. $10 for CCMoA and ZUHM members. $12 for non-members.
Zion Union Heritage Museum Inc. presents Black Films from 1898-1975. Films will be shown on two Saturday afternoons per month. Also being shown on March 5th, 2016.
Reverend Wesley Williams will be presenting the films, with a lively discussion to follow. Please come out and enjoy movies rarely seen today.
Colored Troops Disembarking (1898)
Blacks and Vaudeville (1874-1922)
The Incomparable “Bert Williams” (1874-1922)
A Natural Born Gambler (1916)
The Scar of Shame (1927)