Monét Noelle Marshall

When the world is destroyed, someone must remake the world. I think you’d call that art.

-The Summer Prince by Alaya Dawn Johnson

 

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Buy My Art And Call It Holy


My grandmothers’ names are Zelma and Evelyne. They teach me that the holiest and most artful thing I can offer is my presence. My being. My me-ness. This is what I offer you.

On December 7 at 7pm, I will open the doors to an installation space at 310 E. Main St in Durham, NC. Join us for a cup of tea, fresh baked bread and a soft place to be. This space will be open Monday, December 10 - Friday December 14 from 10a-6p and Saturday, December 15 from 12p-5p.

There is also a whole schedule of additional programming over the 10 days with something happening every day! The schedule is below and the link will take you to the Eventbrite for that event. The ticket is free (or you can donate #ThankYou) and they will send you a reminder about the event.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out via the contact form or email BuyItCallIt@gmail.com.

SCHEDULE

Friday, December 7

Night of Invitation: Opening Reception 7p-9p | 310 E. Main St.

Saturday, December 8

Day of Celebration: Dance and Movement 3p-5p | 410 W. Geer St.

Sunday, December 9

Sunday Service 3p | 600 E. Umstead St.

Monday, December 10 - Friday, December 14

Holding Space 10a-6p | 310 E. Main St.

Tuesday, December 11

Night of Meditation 7p-8:30p | 310 E. Main St.

Wednesday, December 12

Night of Visioning 7p-9p | 310 E. Main St.

Thursday, December 13

Night of Mourning 7p-9p | 310 E. Main St.

Friday, December 14

Night of Sensuality 8p-11p | 305 S. Dillard St. (MUST BE 18+ TO ATTEND)

Saturday, December 15

Holding Space 12p-5p | 310 E. Main St.

Sunday, December 16

Sunday Service 3p | 600 E. Umstead St.

Night of Gratitude: Sunday Supper  7p |315 E Chapel Hill St. (FREE BUT TICKETED; COMPLETE THIS FORM FOR A TICKET)

Earlier Event: December 7
Night of Invitation: Opening Reception
Later Event: December 8
Day of Celebration: Movement and Dance

Cover Photo by Chris Charles

Background image by Flickr user SlimJim