TRIAAC is inviting the community to celebrate the ingathering of the year’s harvest Oct. 18 at the Botanical Conservatory. There’ll be music, dance, song, appetizers, a cash bar and a silent auction featuring the work of this city’s premier artists.
The Three Rivers Institute of Afrikan Art & Culture (TRIAAC) invites you to a Post-Labor Day Community Fish Fry, featuring the best fried fish in the city,with a daylong celebration of live entertainment by community talent.
FORT WAYNE—Omowale Ketu Oladuwa, or Ketu as most of his family, friends, and students call him, has been a pillar of the Fort Wayne artistic and educational community for more than 40 years. In June, the beloved leader and artistic director of the Three Rivers Institute of Afrikan Arts and Culture (TRIAAC) was badly injured […]
Officials from the Three Rivers Institute of Afrikan Art & Culture, 501 E. Brackenridge St., recently announced that all upcoming event will go as scheduled while Artistic Director Ketu Oladuwa is on the mend. Brother Oladuwa, was injured in a motorcycle accident June 4, had successful surgery on his broken leg last week, but will be recuperating and undergoing physical therapy for some time.
For more than three decades, Bergle has had the opportunity to work closely with some of the top names in music, not only in jazz but in rock as well. At 8 p.m., May 11, listen to jazz history as told by a man who has known many of the shining stars.
Fort Wayne Youth Theatre—in collaboration with the Three Rivers Jenbé Ensemble and puppeteer Barney Thompson—presents “Anansi” at the Arts United Center, 303 East Main St.
Three Rivers Institute of African Art & Culture is scheduled to host a special community welcoming ceremony for renowned poet, publisher and activist Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., April 14 at the institute, 501 E. Brackenbridge St.
The Acoustic SpokenWord Café is scheduled to feature poet and author Tinea L. Beaugard aka “Cinna” and recording and performing artist Nickholas Michell 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., March 9 at the Three Rivers Institute of Afrikan Arts & Culture (TRIAAC), 501 E. Brackendridge St.