edit Will to Adorn Reveal flyer CHICAGO 2014
Exciting presentation of Videos recorded THIS SUMMER will be revealed on Friday, Nov 21, 2014 at 6:00pm.
More than 50 African American style exemplars, artists, and authors across Chicago have been interviewed.
Jewelry makers, barbers, fabric artists, portrayers and more will be highlighted in the video presentation.
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
Hosted at: Quaker House
5615 South Woodlawn Ave.
Chicago, IL 60615
Rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org or Call 773 21300229 for more details
JACKIE BROWN is a fan of noted actor and cowboy John Wayne. He is most comfortable wearing
his cowboy hat and boots. His apparel changes for work. There he wears a suit and tie.
Izekil Thomas interviewed Mr. Brown in Roseland community of Chicago.
Ms. Geneva D. Todd is grand in this summer straw hat. Her colorful garments in orange, gold, and black tones compliment her well. Ms. Todd is cool, confident, and classy.
Izekil and Malik Thomas interviewed her at DuSable Museum for the Will To Adorn Chicago project 2014.
Jean Baptiste Point de Sable (Du Sable)—The Founder of Modern Chicago married a Potawatomi woman named Kitihawa (christianized to Catherine) on October 27, 1788. Lori Bibbs portrays Kitihawa and provides a glimpse of what type of garments she would have worn and how she managed their enterprise. Izekil and Malik Thomas interviewed her for Will To Adorn ~ Chicago at the Du Sable Museum of African and African American History.
Cynthia is wearing a beautiful dress that accents her copper colored skin and warm smile. Cynthia provides helpful advice for anyone who decides to wear their hair natural after using chemical. Izek and Malik Thomas interview Ms. Jacinthe on June 29, 2014.
Victoria Blakey is radiant with her all natural appearance. Ms. Blakey adorns her self with African inspired clothing and jewelry. She is wearing a hat that compliments her summer dress. Izekil and Malik Thomas interviewed her at the DuSable Museum Art Fest on July 13 2014 for the WILL TO ADORN project.
Ladetria Warren is a jewelry designer and jewelry maker in Chicago. Her unique creations combine color, gems, and precious metals. Her one of a kind jewelry is a celebration of African heritage and talent. Izekil and Malik Thomas interviewed Ms. Warren for the Will to Adorn – Chicago 2014 program produced for the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage project