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Card-Making Workshop with Jermaine Bell: Presented by the Joshua Johnson Council (JJC)

March 21 · 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Free
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Card-Making Workshop with Jermaine Bell

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Presented by the Joshua Johnson Council (JJC)

Jermaine Táron Bell, graphic designer, community organizer, and founder of the stationery and lapel pin line, jtbeezwax, leads a card-making workshop celebrating the first weekend of spring. Bell’s work fuses textile patterns of the African diaspora with simplified, digital, geometric shapes.

Open to all, this free family-friendly event is the first JJC Expressions workshop, where creativity is celebrated community style.

About JJC

The JJC or Joshua Johnson Council is a group of BMA Members who share a passion for African American and Black Diaspora art. The JJC is one of the oldest museum-affiliated groups in the country devoted to African American Art. Named after an 18th-century African-American portrait painter who lived and worked in Maryland, its mission is to forge meaningful connections between Baltimore’s African-American communities and the BMA by promoting and highlighting the achievements of African-American artists.

JJC meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. Please join us in celebrating our 35th anniversary by attending one of our upcoming events, meetings, or making a pledge to our 2020 Fundraising Campaign, which aims to raise $10,000 in 2020 to support our mission.

Jermaine Táron Bell, graphic designer, community organizer, and founder of the stationery and lapel pin line, jtbeezwax, leads a card-making workshop celebrating the first weekend of spring. Bell’s work fuses textile patterns of the African diaspora with simplified, digital, geometric shapes.

Open to all, this free family-friendly event is the first JJC Expressions workshop, where creativity is celebrated community style.

JJC meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. Please join us in celebrating our 35th anniversary by attending one of our upcoming events, meetings, or making a pledge to our 2020 Fundraising Campaign, which aims to raise $10,000 in 2020 to support our mission.

Card-Making Workshop with Jermaine Bell

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