Presented by the MOSH Passport Series and in collaboration with Ritz Theatre and Museum, the second annual Power event is a vibrant celebration of Black Art, History, & Culture in Northeast Florida. This event is part of MOSH’s Passport Series program, which aims to connect communities and cultures and facilitate educational growth. Listen, learn, and enjoy the dynamic atmosphere that celebrates Black Art, History, & Culture!
A single ticket purchase provides access to both venues for the event and includes food selections, access to discussion panel sessions, live entertainment, and free exploration of Museum exhibitions.
Adult | $30
Child (ages 3 – 12) | $20
Saturday, March 16 from 5 – 10 PM at MOSH
– Film Screening of The Banker in the PNC Community Conference Room at 5:00PM
– Art Exhibitions highlighting Local Black Artists starting at 5:00PM
– Local Black-owned businesses and Cuisine starting at 6:00PM
– Live Art Demonstrations in the JEA Science Theater and Creation Station at 8:00PM
• Myke Hernandez, CEO GameQraft – 3D printing demo/tutorial in JEA Science Theater
• Teresa Cook, CEO Teresa Cook Art – architectural/landscape watercolor workshop in Creation Station
– Live Entertainment by Str8up in the Planetarium from 8:00-10:00PM
– Discussion panel on important topics in Jacksonville with Dr. Diana Greene, CEO, Children’s Literacy Initiative and retired Superintendent of Duval County Public Schools; Erica Willie, CEO, Science Sis; and Trey Ford, Co-Founder, Black Films Matter and Duval Soil & Water Conservation Board Supervisor at 8:30 PM in the PNC Community Conference Room.
About the MOSH Passport Series
The MOSH Passport Series is a series of special events that celebrate and educate about the value of the diversity throughout the communities of Northeast Florida, with the purpose of bringing the City of Jacksonville closer together, working alongside one another on common objectives to make the First Coast a better place for everyone to live and enjoy.
The Passport Series began in June 2022 and has featured events in partnership with local organizations and individual cultural leaders, including WeaveTales, Edward Waters University, 904WARD, Jax Melanin Market, First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Jax Filipinos, Native Pride Productions, Atlantic Institute, Istanbul Center, and The Ritz Theatre and Museum.
The MOSH Passport Series is sponsored, in part, through a Strategic Partnership Grant from Florida Humanities and a grant from The Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation.
MOSH Passport Series Funding
Funding for this program is provided in part by Florida Humanities with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and in partnership with the Museum of Science & History. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities or the National Endowment for the Humanities.