Valley News from Van Nuys, California on December 26, 1968 · Page 13
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Valley News from Van Nuys, California · Page 13

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Thursday, December 26, 1968
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Thursday, December 26, 1968--Van Nuys (Calif.) T H E N E W S fasMS-A Wesr-13-A North-13-A No.East-13-A CcntroF-13-A Feature Art, Entertainment at Black Culture Festival More than 2000 visitors are expected for the first Black Culture Festival at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Saturday, Dec. 28, beginning at 7-30 p m In the entire Museum complex of buildings, galleries, plazas and theaters. Planned by the Museum Security Force "to commemorate the awakening of black culture, and to stimulate established institutional awaie- ness of the black community of Southern California," the event will feature eleven star performing groups and w i l l benefit a scholaiship fund for Negro art students Tickets are $3 each and will admit visitors to all buildings and events. Has Hit Album Letta Mbulu and Big Black and his quintet will headline a schedule of programs in music, dance, performing arts and fashions to include also the Afro-American Zulu Danceis, singer Louise Whitney, comedy team Richard and Willie, the five-man singing group The Intellects, performer Leon Peterson, the U S. Boot Dancers of the Taif a Dance Troupe, Ivan Dixon, the Afro-American Fashion Show and The Casuals band Big Black, formerly with Hugh Masakela, foimed his own quintet in 1%7 and has a "top ten" album emtently titled "Lion Walk " His group has performed at the Jazz Woikshop in San Francisco, Shelly's Manne Hole in Hollywood, the University of California at Berkeley and Stanford University Special Guests at the Festival will include the two homecoming queens from UCLA-Carolyn Webb and the University of Southern Call- forma-Cynthia Watts- both Nc- gio students, and "Miss Watts," Velma Carlisle Plan Other Tours The Ahmanson Gallciy ancli Atnum the Special Evhibi tions Building and Lytton Halls, and the Leo S Bing Theater \\ill all be opened foj the festivities Special tours will be conducted hourly through the special exhibi t'on's Sculpture of Black Africa The Paul Tishman Collection Bilh Al Bengston and H C Westermann Other tours will be conducted through staff and woik aieas of the museum The festival will climax a three-months' series of programs in thp art and culture of Black Africa organized by the Museum to augment the major A f r i c a n sculpture exhibition, ·which \Mll close on Jan 5 COST OF RUSHMORE T h e carved faces on Mt. 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