The Black Women’s Fairy Tale Museum is a mobile, changing and imaginative space that presents the contemporary, historical movements and folklore of Black women in the United States. Narratives that passionately, creatively and spiritually re-imagine what it means to be American by transforming culture: the body, emotions, sound, politics and the environment.
It was imagined by Noelle Lorraine Williams.
Please learn more about Noelle Lorraine Williams click here.
Story 1 | "Latifah, Lauryn and Rah Digga: Newark's Babylon Sisters, New Jerusalem Warriors" July 24th, 2013 Performative Lecture| Cue Art Foundation
Story 2| Newark Arts Council Open Doors | Lincoln Park | Cancelled – Will be rescheduled in the Spring 2014