African Cultural Evening
Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PST)
New York, NY
Saturday March 1, 2014 at the Kaye Playhouse of Hunter College (695 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065) from 6:00 to 11:00 PM — US-Africa Synergy will host its second annual African Cultural Evening (ACE), a prestigious event to uphold the Beauty and Diversity of the African Culture in the United States in front of a multicultural and prestigious audience.
Rich in rhythm and robust in song, the African Cultural Evening will feature Unique Traditional Masks from Cameroon (Central Africa), various African Contemporary Dances from Gambia and Togo (West Africa), outstanding instrumentalists and Musicians from Senegal and Congo and African inspired Paintings, Live Plays and Poetry by emerging young artists.
Proceeds collected during the African Cultural Evening will benefit the African Women’ Program for Leadership and Entrepreneurship (AWLEAD Program), a program we launched in 2011, to empower young African Women through Leadership and Entrepreneurship. Click the link below to learn more about the program https://usafricasynergy.org/African_Women_LEAD.htm
HOST COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Bisila Bikoko, Adiat Disu, Sioux Greaux, Divine Muragijimana, Haris Melendez, Dodji Gbedemah, Tony Poenou, Elizabeth Patterson, Nekpen Osuan, Dyane Eyssette Cynthia Nwafor and Fatima Diallo.
Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, Brussels Airlines, Enovative TV, UnderDaRock Radio, Young Hollywood Family, Applause Africa, Face2FaceAfrica, Alize Magazine, Made in Africa, Belco Designs, African Association of Journalists and Writers.
6 PM: Benefit Reception ( Red Carpet, Hor D' Oeuvres, Live & Silent Auction, raffles...)
8 PM: Program ( African Traditional & Contemporary Danses, Poetry, Live Plays and Music...)
Formal Wear or Traditional African Attire!
Telephone: (646) 600-4774/ (917) 500-9514
When & Where
US-Africa Synergy is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2010 by a group of men and women Africans and Americans eager to give back to their communities.