The Bethune-Cookman University National Alumni Association, Inc., in collaboration with Rollins College’s Black Student Union and the Polasek Museum, invites you to join us for Central Florida’s new Arts and Jazz Festival … Indaba!
Famed sculptor and educator, Albin Polasek, created more than four hundred works during his career, at least 200 of his works are displayed in the museum and Sculpture Gardens named for him. The majestic surroundings and décor of the museum are in keeping with the electric atmosphere, which will fill the venue during this diverse event.
This culture-filled festival takes its name from the Zulu term Indaba, pronounced “in-daa-ba” which means gathering or place where discussion takes place. At this year’s festival, the community will gather to discuss and celebrate great food, fine wines, exceptional entertainment and impeccable art, with some great net-working amongst like-minded professionals to round out the day.
Visit the official Indaba Art & Jazz Festival website for additional information.