Celebrate the contributions of African Americans to our community, nation and world during Black History Month. This year’s theme is “Unsung Titans of the ‘70s & ‘80s.” We’ll take a fun trip back in time to see how some of these artists influenced culture.
AN EVENING WITH GRANDMASTER VICTOR MOORE
Friday, Feb. 24
7-9PM | THE CARY THEATER | FREE but tickets are required*
Calling all martial arts fans! We will explore the contributions of African Americans to the progression of martial arts in the U.S., featuring the film, Grandmaster: The Vic Moore Story, live Kung Fu demonstrations, and a Q&A session with Vic Moore and director Christopher Everett. Co-presented by Southern Documentary Fund.
CAN I KICK IT? — “THE LAST DRAGON” BY SHAOLIN JAZZ
Saturday, Feb. 25
PRE-SHOW 6PM | FILM 7PM | CARY ARTS CENTER | $10*
Cary and Speller Street Films are excited to bring a unique multimedia experience catered to fans of martial arts, action films, and hip-hop music. Arrive early to enjoy the live DJ pre-show and onsite food trucks.