THE AFRICAN WOMEN ACTING AWA ORGANIZATION LAUNCHES THE “AWA NIAGARA AFRICAN CULTURAL SPACE” FOR EXCHANGE, CULTURAL EXPERIENCE THROUGH WORKSHOPS, CULINARY ARTS, ARTISTIC, MOVIE PROGRAMMING, COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES AND VISUAL ARTS EXHIBITION IN DOWNTOWN NIAGARA FALLS 4337 QUEEN STREET.
Niagara Falls, ON (June 25, 2022) – The grand opening/fundraiser of AWA new branch location in Downtown Niagara Falls the “AWA Niagara African Cultural Space” 4337 Queen Street Niagara Falls on Saturday June 25, 2022, 4pm – 9pm. This will be our very first opening in Niagara Falls as we are primarily located in Toronto. The AWANACS was conceived by visionaries leading AWA among whom are skilled, hard-working African women, who have demonstrated tremendous effort in pursuing their artistic visions, careers, and social/political/economical activism in the sector. The Space will encourage learning about the rich African cultural heritage, coach, workshop, and present talents through all year-round programming for the community and artists with inclusiveness of other counterparts. Further, the space will also serve for community rentals for private events, smart office and gatherings that are inline with AWA’s vision.
The launching offers a day action-packed schedule including special guest speakers among dignitaries, local politicians, community leaders, artists, and the public. The event by RSVP only, is enriched by well curated arts exhibition, exciting crafts and products for silent auction, raffle draw, entertainment by new and professional artists and delicious authentic African food and AWA brand of African cookies.
Join us in the opening celebration of AWA Niagara African Cultural Space and join us as we raise money to support our activities!
Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/launchingfundraising-awa-niagara-african-cultural-space-tickets-349932175557
ABOUT US: AWA is a pan-African not-for-profit organization geared towards promoting women’s issues, empowering, mentoring, coaching, presenting, and promoting upcoming and mid-career women artists of African heritage. AWA also intend to increase the public understanding and appreciation of African traditional and contemporary arts through artistic production i.e., music, theatre, spoken word, digital media art, visual-arts, movie screening and the AWA Festival. Our priority as AWA is focused on women but we as well collaborate with other gender and ethnic group’s counterparts.
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/africanwomenacting
For more information, participation, partnership, or inquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org |Tel: 437-988-7456
A special thank you to Black Business Initiative BBI and @ESDC_GC for the support with our strategic and business plan.
Join us in the opening celebration of AWA Niagara African Cultural Space and support us as we raise money to sustain our activities!
Entertainment by new and professional artists JBWAI, PROPHECY, Nikki Clarke, J Nichole Noel, visual arts exhibitions, refreshments, and silent auctions.