The Black Arts and Cultural Center's Black Arts Festival will be celebrating African American arts, music, culture and so much more all weekend long in an online format.
The Black Arts & Cultural Center is moving the festival to a virtual experience so that the staff and community are safe.
There will be a virtual experience to shop vendors, engage in the arts, enjoy entertainment, and connect with the community.
Friday, July 10 is Youth Day where all youth are invited to write or record why they love being black
Saturday, July 11 is the biggest festival day featuring a creators conference by KevOnStage, a business pitch competition, and a virtual art show.
Finally, on Sunday, July 12 to wrap up the weekend-long festival is Family Day. Virtual attendees can participate in an artist pitch competition and a game of Family Feud.
To register and see a complete list of events, visit blackartsfestival.org.