Date(s) - April 14, 2023
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Africa & Ale 2023
Gregory Allicar Museum Sculpture Garden, Friday, April 14 from 4 to 6:30 p.m.
In collaboration with the Africa Center and the Department of Art and Art History
Free and open to all (21+). $10 donations help support the Africa Center.
Join us for this network and community building event to discuss issues of sustainability in Africa while tasting African-style beers created by local breweries. This collaborative event is an “end-of-year” celebration that honors the cultures of Africa.
Held n collaboration with the Africa Center and the Department of Art and Art History, featuring local brews by Horse & Dragon Brewing, Purpose Brewing & Cellars, and Maxline Brewing!
African-inspired beers will be provided by Horse & Dragon Brewing, Purpose Brewing & Cellars and Maxline Brewing. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be available.
Food will be provided by Tawakal East African Restaurant.
Mokomba West African Drum and Dance Ensemble will present this year’s entertainment!
A $10 cash donation is suggested to help support the Africa Center, which invests in innovative and interdisciplinary research and engagement that cuts across conventional disciplines to address global environmental and sustainability issues in Africa.
The Africa Center, housed in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability, aims to celebrate the accomplishments and ongoing work of those that have research and studies in Africa at Colorado State University.
The Student Research Fellowship awards student commitment to African research excellence and impact on the world. The Center has had another wonderful year supporting these activities and looks forward to continued collaboration with those that work towards more sustainable African ecosystems and societies. To contribute to this fund, please reach out to the Africa Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GAMA’s galleries will be open during the event, and visitors are welcome to visit the artworks on view in GAMA’s African Collection gallery. The museum’s African collection was formed through the generous donations of faculty, friends, and alumni, and maintains historical and contemporary works created by artists from across the continent.