“The King of The Underground Railroad” All ages are welcome! All are guaranteed a good time! Dust-off your race cards! We are competing to see which team knows the most about black-past and present facts. From Michelle Obama to Kevin Clash, Jermain Loguen to Jermaine Jackson, we cover the spectrum. And we have a good time, guaranteed!
You will get a kick out of this light program. It will move you through your morning at just the right pace. We have included time for your most loved activities. You may fancy a string of pearls, gloves and a hat, or prefer yoga pants under a long knit sweater. If you’re comfy, we’re comfy.
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LET’S JUST GO! Our guides traveled to East Africa on an exploratory fun-filled escapade. They are going back this year, and you can too (information here)! About The Album • Tour Guides featured in the album: Wisson West, Judith Lynch, Lloyd Lynch. • The photos were captured by Lloyd. • Images taken in Kenya, […]
If you are sure to sign-up for our mailing list, we promise to send you cool emails with information on upcoming events at the gallery. Sign up below. #SerengetiGallery #BlackArtMatters There was no experience necessary, so we had a fun mix of skill levels. We gaily sipped cocktails and visited with good friends. At the end of the night, each […]
“You Have Been Customer, Advocate, Friend…” TONIGHT IS ALL ABOUT YOU COMPLIMENTARY ADMISSION, WITH RSVP “RSVP” responsibly, as seating is limited. Thank you! • Live Jazz Flute • A Light Meal • Wine & Assorted Beverages FRIDAY December 30, 2016 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm RSVP WHAT IS THE OCCASION? Because of your support, our little […]
See you next year for Umoja Karamu, celebrated annually at Serengeti Gallery! We hope that you were energized by a hot meal, good company, and positive conversation! IN CASE YOU MISSED IT… A Baby Dance Party followed the feast. *Babies optional. See you next year for Umoja Karamu, celebrated annually at Serengeti Gallery!
For this occasion worthy of fanfare, we raised our Mimosa glasses in a toast to the new museum’s ribbon-cutting. Guests attended their choice of show times for an entertaining afternoon, suitable for the entire family. View photos below! We celebrated the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, in the most […]
For upcoming event information delivered straight to your mailbox. Join our Mailing List. Sip, Paint, Eat, Repeat… w/ Mahogany Cheers Thanks for joining us– we had a blast! Continue for a recap and photos! On Friday, September 9, 2016, girlfriends met at Serengeti Gallery to Paint and Sip! From 7 to 10 pm, the ladies sipped […]
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT Reception Photos Artist Information A STORY ABOUT COMMUNITY, IDENTITY AND CULTURE This exhibit captures the unique culture and heritage of Africans of the Diaspora. Many artists submitted original works of art, 13 have emerged and will be featured during this upcoming exhibit. Cleanly curated by Serengeti Gallery, you can expect […]
Not Your Ordinary Field Trip. We had a great time! Here is a video recap: Itinerary 8:00 am Breakfast at Serengeti Gallery 11:00 am Arrive in Richmond, VA 11:30 am Guided tour of Maggie Walker House 12:30 pm Catered lunch @ Mama J’s 2:00 pm Tour of Kehinde Wiley Exhibit 7:00 pm Return to […]
Saluting Muhammad Ali (Recap) On Friday, June 24th, 2016, friends got together at Serengeti Gallery to pay tribute to The Greatest of All Time. * Reception with mingling and a warm dinner * Atmosphere, galore! Special touches, Serengeti-style *Award-winning documentary viewing *Sharing- personal stories and encounters with Ali
On May 7th, 2016, Serengeti Gallery invited women to celebrate one another by sharing a cup of tea. * Guest Artisan Lisa Bryant shares her inspiration to create. * Atmosphere, galore! Special touches for special women. * Games to see just how well you know each other. * Finger foods to be eaten with your […]