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Black Panther Superhero

Drawing Workshop, Discussion & Ticket Giveaway

Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 8 AM



Join The Wright Museum Sunday, February 11 from 8 – 10 AM for an exciting discussion and comic book drawing workshop for your chance to receive Marvel Studios Black Panther Community Screening tickets

Dr. Sundiata Cha-Jua, Professor of History and African American Studies, University of Illinois-Urbana, and featured in White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books, joins Andre Batts, creator of Detroit-based Urban Style Comics and the character “Dreadlocks,” to discuss the significance of the Black Panther character, and the cultural impact of the film.

In addition will be a superhero drawing workshop by artist Chloe Seabrook-Welks, who will help you recreate your favorite comic book characters or create your very own vision! Materials will be provided, or you may bring your favorite art supplies. Open to all ages and levels of experience. Those ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult to participate. 

RSVP for your chance to receive tickets to the early Detroit Community Screening of the new Marvel Studios motion picture Black Panther. Tickets will be awarded at near the end of the program (between 9 AM – 10 AM). Screening location and time are to be announced after the program. In order to be eligible for tickets, you must RSVP for the program on Eventbrite, be present and attend the program, and show ID to claim your tickets. PLEASE NOTE: Program RSVP and attendance does not guarantee tickets to the Community Screening. Also, this program and the Community Screening are at two separate locations and times.

Black Panther Superhero Drawing Workshop & Discussion

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

315 East Warren Ave.

Detroit, MI 48201

8 – 10 AM

Detroit Community Screening of the Black Panther:


This program is Free and open to the public.