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Open Dialogues: Black Voices | Black Stories

  • January 09, 2023
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • History Ft. Lauderdale 231 SW 2nd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301


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At BWA’s January meeting we will be showing a short award-winning documentary film entitled “Open Dialogues: Black Voices | Black Stories.” The film has been awarded the Best Documentary for the Flow Film Festival in 2022, and Best Documentary – Insight from the Orlando Film Festival.

It was selected by South Florida PBS for the 2022 film Maker Project. The film was aired on WPBT South Florida and WESL Treasure Coast on November 8 and will be aired again on WPBT Tuesday, January 10 at 7:30 p.m. and Monday, January 19 at 7:30 p.m. on WESL.

The documentary was underwritten from four funds of the Community Foundation of Broward, one of which was a gift from founding BWA member, Ruth Brown.

The documentary was produced by Art and Culture Center/Hollywood where, BWA board member Joy Satterlee is Executive Director, and oversees all aspects of this multidisciplinary arts organization. It was she who made this program possible for BWA.

Joy has been with the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood since 2002. She began in the position of Deputy Director then moved on to the Executive Director position in 2005. The Center offers contemporary art exhibitions and related programming, year-round education programs, and also manages a 500-seat theater, the Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center. The $1.3 million non-profit opened its doors in 1975 – 47 years ago. It is the third oldest arts non-profit in Broward County.

South Florida has been home to Joy since she was born in Miami. She graduated from Florida International University with a Bachelor of Science in Communications Technology with highest honors. In addition, she completed Harvard Business School’s Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management program.

The BWA Board thanks Joy for making this program possible.

Early Bird register by January 3rd - Members and Members Guest $30.00

Non-Members $30.00 (for a limited time)

Pricing increases by $10.00 on all registrations after January 3rd.

Metered parking is available in the government center garage or on surface streets

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