LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Louisville-based nonprofit and sorority is partnering together to host an event celebrating Black authors and artists.
There will be more than 10 members of the arts community present, and the event will honor the lifetime achievements of nationally renowned sculptor Ed Hamilton, artist Elmer Lucille Allen and writer Dr. Rita Greer.
Latisha Cahoon, the first vice-president of the sorority, said it’s a way to not only give tribute to local talent, but also showcase their work and celebrate them as well.
“We are celebrating 100 years of service and sisterhood right here in the Louisville community,” Lynetta Crawford, the Eta Omega President, said. “We’ve been paving the way of providing service and impacting the community by addressing the needs of all citizens here in Louisville.”
Tickets are $50 and they are only available on Eventbrite; visitors cannot purchase tickets at the door.
You must bring your COVID-19 vaccination card for entry, however, masks are optional.
OTHER RELATED STORIES ON WHAS11.COM