Fred Hearns, curator of Black history, and Robin Nigh, arts and cultural affairs manager for the City of Tampa, join a distinguished guest panel that designed the Soulwalk arts and heritage “trail.” Nearly 100 stops spanning approximately 46 miles across 25 neighborhoods tell the rich history of Tampa’s Black communities and highlight the diverse, thriving, creative community in present-day Tampa.
Special guests include Nneka Jones, artist and creative director for Art You Hungry; Cheryl Rodriguez, Ph.D., with USF’s School of Interdisciplinary Global Studies; and Ida Walker, with the Tampa Police Department. Registration is required.
Location Tampa Bay History Center
Building Name/Room Number/Site TECO Hall
Participation Cost $0
Pre-registration required? Yes
Pre-registration Web Link https://tampabayhistorycenter.org/event/florida-conversations-tampas-soulwalk/