The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. - Beta Chapter

The "Hidden To Be Seen" painting event focuses on the history and culture of literature that teach about and traces the journey to freedom: the Underground Railroad. The event provides an opportunity to enjoy a fun and engaging visual art session in honor of quilts with symbols that hung on clotheslines to signal escaping slaves of a "safe house"; and quilts used by runaways as a code to communicate the timing of escape.

Enjoy a fun and engaging visual art event in honor of Black History Month. Focus on the history and culture of literature that teach about and traces the journey to freedom. The integration and participation in the arts has health benefits and promotes the physical, mental, and emotional well being of children and adults.We can develop a heightened sense of conntrol and special engagement as we work to encourage students to cultivate their creativity.

Contact Soror Natalie Porter-McCuiston

pormcn8@yahoo.com

Location: 
Vermont Avenue Baptist Church
Address: 
1630 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20009