January 10, 2018

Visions of MLK

Saturday, Jan. 13 @ Lyndon House Arts Center

WiseXpressions Dance Studio perform at the 2017 event. Photo by Shannon Williams.

Currently in its 11th year, the “Visions of MLK Art Exhibition” honors the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by challenging creative teams to combine poetic words with visual artwork. Organized by Montu Miller, this year’s theme is “Time to Do What’s Right.” Youth members of the Pinewoods neighborhood will display a collaborative project inspired by Faith Ringgold, an African-American artist who painted portraits and scenes onto quilts as a form of storytelling. Additionally, “Connect,” an exhibition of artwork by over 400 local children, will be on view for its final day. Following an hourlong hands-on art project for children, a Saturday Celebration will feature performances by step teams, poetry readings, music and dance.


  • Saturday, January 13

    Lyndon House Arts Center

    12–3 p.m. FREE!

    "Visions of MLK Art Exhibition" & Saturday Celebration

    The annual "Visions of MLK Art Exhibition" is a collaborative show featuring a visual poetry project. This year's theme is "Do What's Right." The Saturday Celebration features live performances, food, guest speakers and activities. See Calendar Pick on p. 15.