Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Bronzeville Nights

Posted By on 02.23.10 at 09:08 AM

The Soul of Bronzeville exhibit at the DuSable Museum

  • The Soul of Bronzeville exhibit at the DuSable Museum

Gregg Parker is still looking for a permanent home for his decade-in-development Chicago Blues Museum, but a portion of his collection is on year-long display in The Soul of Bronzeville: The Regal, Club DeLisa and The Blues exhibit at the DuSable Museum of African American History.

Film excerpts from the exhibit, featuring "historic performances by legendary performers including jazz, blues, R&B, hip hop and pop" are featured in "Bronzeville Nights," a film compilation screening for free Tuesday 2/23 at Noon at Kennedy King College.

"Bronzeville Nights" plays in Kennedy King's Black History Month weekly screening series. At the Kennedy King College Theater, 740 W. 63rd St.

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