Take-Off on an eight-week incubator designed to teach the fundamental of business to local artists, including entrepreneurs and vendors, who see themselves as a business. Its main purpose is to connect local artists, seeking to earn a living from craft, to resources, e.g., development, information, investment, production, and supplies.
A business plan and/or innovative idea is a pre-requisite for acceptance to Liftoff. Over the course of this 8-week Seminar participants are expected to accomplish the following: class participation, simulation, chat/meet with instructor, follow-up with mentor, and/or check-in with Z Gallery. Upon completion each participant will receive a Certificate of Management of Small- Medium Enterprise (SME).
Join us for a two day market featuring the Ujamaa collective network of artists, craftspeople and entrepeneurs. Ujamaa participants are committed to offering affordable fine arts, beadwork, innovative crafts, beautiful fabrics, hand-made jewelry, lighting fixtures, and other accessories designed with Eco-friendly materials that are unique to the continent of Africa.
We are a collective of local artists, entrepreneurs, and vendors who see ourselves as a business to make a living from Fair Trade. Our Network of Small- and Medium Enterprise (SME) distributes affordable fine arts, trade beads, innovative crafts, beautiful fabrics, hand-made jewelry, lighting fixtures, and other accessories designed with Eco-friendly materials such as Backcloth, Kyangwe, Calabash's, Banana fibers, Guards, and Bamboos from the Continent of Africa.
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Join us as we kick off a summer film screening and discussion series called "ReelTalk ! Real Power" in collaboration with the Union of Minority Neighborhoods. Our first film is a short documentary called “Arc of Justice,” a remarkable story of racial justice, community organizing, and perseverance in the face of enormous obstacles.
We request that you RSVP through Eventbrite. We suggest a $10 donation which can be made at the door.
All are welcome.
Join us for the first of a summer series of throw back movies, featuring our favorites screen gems from the 90's era and poetry. We will open every screening with poetry that matches the theme of the featured film.
On June 23rd, we will screen Love Jones, starring Nia Long and Lorenz Tate. Our featured poet will be Hima Vision.
This is a 21+ event. We will serve wine, popcorn and an array of treats.
During ArtWeek, join artists from Z Gallery and Boston GreenFest/Foundation for a Green Future for an evening of ecoArt, wine & cheese, and good company! Using egg cartons, wine bottles, plastic bottles and other sundry items, turn "trash into treasure" together. Discover how to upcycle used wine bottles and plastic bottles; find out how egg cartons can make amazing 3D art canvases; recycle and upcycle various materials. Work collaboratively or independently. Meet other artists and see the wonderful work they do.
Everyone is welcome! We consider that everyone has creative ability. Come let your "inner artist" surface.
Please join the community at Z-Gallery in Roxbury for a special screening and discussion of 1804: The Hidden History of Haiti. This new film is a feature length documentary about the untold history of the Haitian revolution. It was produced and directed by Tariq Nasheed, the creator of the critically acclaimed Hidden Colors documentary series.
Please learn more about the film and its production athttp://www.1804movie.com/
Join us for an evening of performances, poetry, and art at this hidden gem in Roxbury. Z Gallery is a hip destination for up and coming acts, fashion designers and painters, alike, to showcase their work and collaborate.
Mix and mingle with a diverse crowd and great vibes. Complimentary wine* and light refreshments.
Performances by Trevo, Hima Vision, Matt Army (Nimic Media), Cordelia Moye, Ina, Queenie, and CD Storm.
Hosted by: Cordelia Moye
Visual Art by Purdy (Nimic Media)
An Open-Mic will be available if you want to sing, dance, or share poetry! Let's have fun!
*Available to guests 21+ years old with valid ID
Please join us for an evening of music and art at the most hip art gallery in Roxbury. Performances, poetry, art and complimentary wine (available to guests 21+ years old with valid ID) and appetizers. Come mix and mingle with diverse crowd and great vibes. This is a great networking opportunity.
Poetry by Hima Vision, CD Storm, Matt Army, Cordelia Moye
Music by Trevo, Gio Divinci, Ina
Art Exhibition by Purdy
An Open-Mic will be open to the public through the evening if you want to sing, dance, rap, or read a quick poem!
All donations go to the gallery and scheduled performers.