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Freedom to Vote

Phillips after 5

Phillips after 5

Reservations strongly recommended for Phillips after 5 as this popular event tends to sell out in advance.

$12; $10 for visitors 62 and over and students. Members always admitted free, no reservation needed. 

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Event Details

Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series captured an important scene related to voting freedom in the United States in Panel No. 59: In the North they had the freedom to vote. Vote for The Migration Series panel you think is the most powerful. 

Watch 10-min staged readings of plays written by local playwrights that were inspired by Lawrence’s masterwork starting at 6 pm, with each performance beginning on the hour and half-hour until 8 pm:

6 pm: In Constant Pursuit by Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm 
6:30 pm: #51 by Laura Shamas 
7 pm: A Legacy of Chains by Annalisa Dias 
7:30 pm: A Long Arduous Journey by Jacqueline E. Lawton 
8 pm: Baghdad Carpet by Norman Allen

Taste locally distilled  Civic Vodka from Republic Restorative and sample southern bites by Macon Bistro & Larder.

March to the polls with jazz from the Marshall Keys Quartet.