Floetry Night – Open Mic Caviel Museum 1719 Avenue A
Floetry Night – Open Mic
1719 Avenue A
Friday, March 19th
7 – 10pm
The Caviel Museum of African American History is proud to present, “Floetry Night- Open Mic.” We will be spotlighting all Artist who are creating Art with words. If you are interested in signing up please message us and we will add you to the roster.
There will be live music from the House Musician Que Johnson and WTDR ENT. Music Department and Mojo’s who is owned and operated by Rexon Mosley Jr. will have his street tacos set up for your appetite. Tyrone Jones better known as “Ty The Jeweler” will also be back with his hand crafted jewelry. Lastly, the beautiful and wonderfully talented Monica G. Dix “The Poetess” will grace you all with some rhyme and reason.
We will also have various art pieces by local artists that can be purchased. Allow us to reintroduce you to the ever so talented Jada Taylor. She’s a young artist, author, as well as an educator at Monterey High School. This young lady is wise beyond her years and has a story to tell.
Open mic events are somewhat related to jam sessions, in that, in both cases, amateur performers are given the opportunity to speak, sing, or play instruments. Please know we are allowing any Poets, Rappers, Singers and Musicians to have the freedom to express themselves through their talents, and we will not stifle their work. The performers will be asked to give the audience advance notice of any sensitive subject matter.
(Friday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Caviel Museum of African American History
1719 Avenue A