Black art show, artist discuss, song-mixing, tree treatment at the library

Monroe County Community Library delivers options for community citizens to go through, discover, join and generate. The downtown library is at 303 E. Kirkwood Ave. and the Ellettsville branch is at 600 W. Temperance St. All gatherings are cost-free of charge. Party funding is offered by the Buddies of the Library Foundation.

Artist Joel Washington speaks with a library patron about his art in the “Our Voice” exhibit hall (meeting room 1B/C) at the Monroe County Public Library. Washington will discuss his artwork, art form and experiences as a Black artist there from 2-3 p.m. Saturday. Drop in.

A dialogue with an artist

Bloomington’s Joel Washington will discuss his artwork, art form and ordeals as a Black artist through a talk this weekend, as very well as emphasize some of the “Our Voice” exhibit art, which includes a piece of his have. The Indianapolis native is a self-taught artist of one particular-of-a-type acrylic paintings showcased internationally. This program will take area in the “Our Voice” exhibit corridor, conference place 1B/C combo at the downtown library. It’s 2-3 p.m. Saturday. Fall in.