Children of the Dream Youth Art Exhibit is a part of the King Day Celebration in partnership with Renaissance Connection, Inc. and the Dougherty County School System Art Department. This exhibit is showcasing artwork from Middle and High school students in the DCSS.
Feburary 1-28, 2016
Past sponsored projects
In celebration of Black history month, Renaissance Connection, Inc. sponsored A Celebration of Heritage Art Exhibit to showcase 5 emerging artists, Sandra Anderson, Horace G. Williams, Demetrius Sexion, Christopher Johnson, and Femi Anderson. This event was presented by the Albany Area Arts Council (at the Historical Carnegie Library).
This play is an uncoming production written by Bummi Anderson. BLACK will tell the story of African Americans and what we must value as a people. This play will include drama, music, dance, and art.
BLACK: Words for a People
Girl Meets Destiny Mentoring Program
Girl Meets Destiny project is an initiative of Renaissance Connection. GMD project gives girls and young women, ages 12-18, an opportunity to learn skills and discover new interests in the field of Multimedia.
Lift Every Voice with a Cause
Lift Every Voice with a Cause was a night of music, dance, and drama performed in 2013. Soprano Erlencia Mumphery was the featured artist. She was accompanied by Mr. Mark Butler, director of the FAMU concert choir. This event is being sponsored by Renaissance Connection, Inc. and it benefited Stand Up Again Global Missions.
A Harlem Renaissance Exhibit
of African American Culture
A Harlem Renaissance Exhibit of African American Culture premiered May 2012. The exhibit included Sean Mulkey, Sandy Hall, Jose Coley, and Jimmie Fair. There was a special emphasis on the Albany area Harlem District which was displayed in a photo essay by artist Jimmie Fair.
The Mosaic Experience Live concert with Kabanya-Chemise in April 2011. Renaissance Connection was one of the sponsors at the event.
Sean Mulkey's Artisan Holiday art exhibit premiered December 2010. Renaissance Connection sponsored the event at the Albany Area Arts Council.