The King Arts Complex: Where Dreams Come Alive!
Owner of E.E. Ward Moving & Storage, Brian Brooks, is a board member at the King Arts Complex located in Columbus, OH. Brooks supports the organization routinely by attending many of the events the arts complex produces including those galas and all sorts of fundraisers for the Columbus community.
Both E.E. Ward and the King Arts Complex fully support Black History Month as this month of February is so historically intertwined with both businesses’ origins. Opening in 1987, the facility is located on the East side of Columbus in the King Lincoln District in one of the oldest locations of African American life in the surrounding city. Not only does the complex display works of art but they create a hub of cultural and educational activities for the general public as well.
By allowing facility rentals, accepting donations, and producing productions, this venue is a great display of the African American culture and art that thrives in the city. By holding musical performances in their Pythian Theatre as well as demonstrating King’s own “Pledge of Nonviolence” in their Barbara Nicholson Auditorium, the complex keeps King thriving by creating a venue “Where Dreams Come Alive!”
By blogging about all the events they hold, detailing the events they support, and discussing the most relevant topics circulating in the Columbus area at the time, the King Arts Complex stays current with all its site information. We encourage you to take a look!
For more information on the events of Celebrating Black History Month 2016 with The King Arts Complex, please visit their website at http://kingartscomplex.com.