Starting May 22nd through May 27th, UCSB’s BSU presents Black Culture Week, an introduction to a variety of Black cultural expressions. This diverse series of events are geared toward interaction and discussion on differing topics such as intersectionalities, representation, art, cinema and music and will provide a special opportunity for students to get informed and be engaged. More information about the week’s events available on our Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/1301760469876986/
Our six day event are as follows:
Monday- “Movie Matters”
A discussion about Black cinema and the importance of Black representation within the field and on the screen.
A panel of students discussing the distinctions and shared qualities of being ethnically and culturally African
Thursday- (93)106 & Park
KCSB Courtyard 6-9p.m.
A performance of different forms of Black music to acknowledge all cultures within the Black diaspora.
Friday- Living Artful
Loma Pelona 6-8p.m.
A BSU art exhibition, spoken word and poetry showcase.
Saturday- Pool Party
A turn up and appreciation for Black Culture Week attendees.