KCC is hitting the road on November 15th, is coming to a Community near you!

"Black Art Heals" Tour 2020


"Black art is basically psychological and emotional breathing." 

Chris Pressley, MSW, KCC Core team 

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Kamora's Cultural Corner has officially announced the “Black Art Heals” Tour coming this November!

The KCC Core Team is traveling throughout the Southeastern United States beginning November 15th to November 25th, connecting with artists & activists in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Virginia Beach, Charlotte, Atlanta, Montgomery, and New Orleans, as well as a few cities along the way.

“We are HERE, and we're stepping into this tour, in all the beautiful and uncomfortable places that exist in America 2020,” declared Kamora Herrington, founder of Kamora's Cultural Corner. “This is why this tour is so important, to focus on the connection and healing that is Black Art, in all forms.

This 10-day tour features daily live videos and podcasts with the Kamora's Cultural Corner Core Team members in addition to experiences at The Great Blacks in Wax Museum, The Lynching Museum, The Harvey B. Gantt Center, The Virginia Beach Cultural Arts Commission, and more. 

“Connection is healing. Healing is connection. When they have done research on addiction and recovery, one the most prominent factors is community connection,” said Chris Pressley, social worker and KCC Core Team member.

“This is one of the intentions of this tour: to further instill and celebrate the profound importance of community connections to our healing; and we bridge that gap most powerfully through art.”