African American Oral History Project
Once nearly abandoned in a garage, almost one hundred interviews with prominent members of Tampa’s African American community have now found a home at the University of South Florida. This week’s University Beat on WUSF TV, which won a 2010 Griot Drum Award for Non-deadline TV Reporting from the Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists, takes you to the new “Otis R. Anthony African Americans in Florida Oral History Project” and shows you how one man’s dream is helping students and the community. Also: The Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists recently named WUSF 89.7’s University Beat the winner of a 2010 Griot Drum Award for Radio Features Reporting. We’ll bring you a re-broadcast of that award-winning report this week, as Mark Schreiner takes us to USF Library’s “Otis R. Anthony African American Oral History Project,” a collection of almost one hundred interviews with Tampa residents dating back to the early 20th century.
These workshops teach student how to combine diverse art materials and techniques - such as charcoal, acrylic, paint, collage, and monoprinting without a press - to create "mixed-media" art works. Linda Berghoff, artist printmaker and St.
This modern dance company is one of the most innovative award-winning dance troupes in America. The screening includes a performance of Revelations, the well-known and enduring modern dance classic (140 minutes).
Recommended for children ages 4-8 and their families; all listeners welcome. Hear stories about art and participate in related art activities on the last Wednesday of the month. Families are encouraged to arrive early to view the galleries.