Exhibits & Events | 2020

The 1619 Project

When

Saturday, May 18th -- 10:00 am

Where

Hosted Online

Admission

Open to the Public

What

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

This will be our 3rd 1619 Project discussion!

If you missed the first two, this is your chance to experience the deep and rewarding conversations that are sure to take place.

On Sunday, August 18th, 2019, The 1619 Project was published by Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times.

The goal of this project was for our nation to re-examine the legacy of slavery in the United States and its timely release marked the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved people from West Africa.

Since its publication, readers all across the nation have hosted 1619 Brunches to read and discuss The 1619 Project.

Each discussion has been one to remember and space is limited, so register now!

The Curious Collector: A Conversation Cafe

When

Saturday, March 23rdth -- 10:30 am

Where

Hosted Online by the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

Kitchen Table Book Club (Canceled)

When

Saturday, March 28th -- 6-9 pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

*As a health measure response to COVID-19 (coronavirus), this event is postponed.

 

Join us for our next season of The Kitchen Table Literary Arts Book Club at The Woodson.

The book club meets at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum (2240 9th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, FL) every LAST SATURDAY from 6 – 8 PM. Book Club meetings feature lively, cross-generational discussions exploring literature, culture, social commentary, and history. Our 2020 book club season runs from January to June, with two themed series.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

Art Walk (Cancelled)

When

Saturday, March 14th -- 5-9 pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

*As a health measure response to COVID-19 (coronavirus), this event is postponed.

Yoga in the Garden

When

Saturday, March 7th -- 9:30 am

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

$10

What

Join us as we flow in the beautiful garden at The Carter G.  Woodson African American Museum! Part of the proceeds goes toward the museum.
Purchase tickets here

Coffee in Common

When

Saturday, March 7th -- 10-12pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

Coffee in Common is a monthly series co-hosted by the The St. Petersburg Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and League of Women Voters of the St. Petersburg Area. This month’s topic: Media Literacy: Racism, Politics and the News

These free and public events are for thoughtful, open-minded white women and women of color concerning the prescient issues of the day, to include: white privilege, racism, and white supremacy. This series seeks to explore the intersection of politics and race by educating audiences about history, lived experience, and facilitating important, and often uncomfortable, discussion about race.

Coffee will be provided to participants as they learn about the monthly topic. Following the presentation, facilitators will guide discussion on the topic, its relevance in today’s world, and honest conversations about the deeply-rooted effects of institutional and systemic racism in our community.

It is through open-minded, free, and safe discussions among women and the community that we can forge forward together in the struggle with knowledge and power.

Preserve the ‘Burg – Florida Women’s Fight for Suffrage with Dr. Peggy Macdonald

When

Wednesday March 4 -- 6:30 pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

$10 for "Preserve the Burg" members, $15 for non-members

What

When it comes to women’s suffrage in Florida, St. Pete has an exceptional story to tell. Please join Preserve the ‘Burg for this special presentation by Peggy Macdonald and Stephanie Owens as we celebrate the centennial of women’s suffrage.

The 1619 Brunch

When

Saturday, February 29th -- 10 -12pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

$16.19 per Person

What

On Sunday, August 18th, The 1619 Project was published by The New York Times. The goal of this project is for our nation to re-examine the legacy of slavery in the United States, and its timely release marked the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved people from West Africa.

Since its publication, readers all across the nation have hosted 1619 Brunches to read and discuss The 1619 Project. Join us as we host our own 1619 Brunch to fellowship, read, and discuss the captivating histories featured in the 1619 Project from Nikole Hannah-Jones and the New York Times.

Click here for more information and tickets

KITCHEN TABLE BOOK CLUB

When

Saturday, February 29th -- 6-9pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

Join us for our next season of The Kitchen Table Literary Arts Book Club at The Woodson.

The book club meets at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum (2240 9th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, FL) every LAST SATURDAY from 6 – 8 PM.

Book Club meetings feature lively, cross-generational discussions exploring literature, culture, social commentary, and history. Our 2020 book club season runs from January to June, with two themed series.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

All Shades, All Hues: A Celebration of Song in Jazz

When

Sunday February 23 -- 3pm

Where

Dr. Carter G Woodson African American Museum

Admission

$15 ADV, $20 Day Of

What

THE CURIOUS COLLECTOR: A CONVERSATION CAFE

When

Saturday, February 22nd -- 10 am

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

The Curious Collector is a gathering of those interested in exploring race and culture as expressed through the arts.

 

Beyond the Green Bench: A Conversation for a New Generation

When

Tuesday, February 18th -- 6:30 - 8pm

Where

Historic Manhattan Casino; 642 22nd St S, Saint Petersburg, Florida 33712

Admission

Free to attend. RSVP

What

Join us for a panel discussion as we reflect upon voices of the past, while Millennials examine the role of controversial historical icons in modern society. What is the line between removing hateful speech while preserving, presenting and interpreting history? How do we foster understanding and equality?

RSVPs here or 727.820.0100 x301.

4th Annual Collard Greens Festival

When

Saturday, February 15 -- 10 - 5 PM

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

Join us to be a part of Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival Inc.’s mission to “To inspire healthier communities through horticulture, culinary experiences, nutritional education, fitness, and family fun.”

WIN THE $500 TOP PRIZE! Sign up for the highlight of the Tampa Bay Collard Green Festival, the 3rd ANNUAL COLLARD GREEN COOK – OFF!
Be it professional, amateur, or occasional cook – This contest is open to all contestants. Professional, amateur, and even the occasional cook are encouraged to enter. Best of all, the festival-goers will decide the winner – Good Luck! Will your greens take home the top “Festival Favorite” prize $500?

*** There are TWO categories for the Cook-Off: MEAT and NON-MEAT Categories ***

 

Visit the Tampa Bay Collard Greens Festival website for more information.

Coffee in Common

When

Saturday, February 8 -- 10-12pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Free to Public. Register below.

What

Coffee in Common is a monthly series co-hosted by the The St. Petersburg Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and League of Women Voters of the St. Petersburg Area. This month’s topic: Media Literacy: Racism, Politics and the News

These free and public events are for thoughtful, open-minded white women and women of color concerning the prescient issues of the day, to include: white privilege, racism, and white supremacy. This series seeks to explore the intersection of politics and race by educating audiences about history, lived experience, and facilitating important, and often uncomfortable, discussion about race.

Coffee will be provided to participants as they learn about the monthly topic. Following the presentation, facilitators will guide discussion on the topic, its relevance in today’s world, and honest conversations about the deeply-rooted effects of institutional and systemic racism in our community.

It is through open-minded, free, and safe discussions among women and the community that we can forge forward together in the struggle with knowledge and power.

Click this to register

Second Saturday Art Walk

When

Saturday, February 8th --5:00pm - 9:00pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Free to the Public

What

Join us for Second Saturday Art Walk!

Flag Raising at City Hall

When

Saturday, February 1st -- 10am

Where

St. Petersburg City Hall

Admission

Open to the public

What

Please plan to join Mayor Rick Kriseman, City Officials, Members and Friends of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
 during the annual Black History Month Flag Raising Ceremony.

Artist Closing Reception

When

Sunday, January 26th -- 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Free to the Public

What

Come have a final look at the beautiful Ray McLendon Exhibit. We will host a closing reception for the artist and all are invited to attend!

The Curious Collector: A Conversation Cafe

When

Saturday, January 25th --10:30am - 11:30pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

Yoga in the Garden

When

Saturday, January 25th --9:30am

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

$10

What

Join us as we flow in the beautiful garden at The Carter Woodson African American Museum! Part of the proceeds goes toward the museum.

Click here to purchase tickets

Kitchen Table Book Club

When

Saturday, January 25th --6:00pm - 8:00pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

Join us for our next season of The Kitchen Table Literary Arts Book Club at The Woodson.

The book club meets at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum (2240 9th Ave. South, St. Petersburg, FL) every LAST SATURDAY from 6 – 8 PM. Book Club meetings feature lively, cross-generational discussions exploring literature, culture, social commentary, and history. Our 2020 book club season runs from January to June, with two themed series.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Candlelight Vigil

When

Sunday, January 19 -- 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Open to the Public

What

Woodson Chamber Concert Series

When

Sunday, January 12 -- 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Free to the Public

What

The ultimate Sunday afternoon, surrounded by art and music at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum in St. Petersburg. TFO chamber performances begin at 3 pm, followed by a reception. Admission is pay what you can at the door; proceeds benefit the museum. Seating is limited. RSVP to WoodsonMuseum@gmail.com.

Second Saturday Art Walk

When

Saturday, January 11th --5:00pm - 9:00pm

Where

Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum

Admission

Free to the Public

What

Join us for Second Saturday Art Walk!