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BGX Nerdy Thursday – SXSW Edition
March 15, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pmFree
THINK / TALK / MIX / MINGLE
Thursday, March 15 6-10 pm at The Museum of Human Achievement
Black Gotham Experience NERDY THURSDAYS has built a cult following in NYC by combining cocktails, culture and conversation – and now we’re bringing the experience to SXSW for a special night in Austin. Come and enjoy:
Curated artist talk on Exploring the Cultural Impact of Black Creativity featuring Kamau Ware, Founder and Lead Creative of Black Gotham Experience
Performance by Rapper, Multimedia Artist & Revolutionary Jamno Peanut
Thematic soundtrack by a GoodWill that moves your heart, feet and mind
Free Admission – RSVP below. Arrive before 7 for a chance to win a special edition copy of the Black Gotham Experience graphic novel primer.
Nerdy Thursdays are curated by BGX Founder & Lead Creative, Kamau Ware and William Ellis, BGX Experience Curator.
*Segments of the experience may be live-streamed to and/or recorded for broader social consumption and promotion.*
Thanks to the Museum of Human Achievement for helping to make BGX Nerdy Thursdays: SXSW Edition possible.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
21 and over with ID.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I want to bring a friend. Should I have them RSVP too?
We love when our attendees bring their friends. You should RSVP on their behalf or have them RSVP directly, as RSVPs are required for admission.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Printed tickets are not needed. Please have your electronic ticket ready so that we can easily scan you at the door and get your Nerdy Thursday experience started as quickly as possible.
Where and when is Nerdy Thursdays in New York City?
Nerdy Thursdays will be back in action April 5th at the Black Gotham Experience Studio in the Seaport District. Gallery, museum, artist studio, event space – we have a bit of it all. Our exhibit and experience space engages people of all backgrounds and connects them with the stories and design process of the Black Gotham Experience. The BGX Studio is made possible by an artist residency with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and special support from The Howard Hughes Corporation.