Photographer Ken McFarlane’s photography exhibit — titled “From the Root to the Fruit: Portraits of Black Fathers and their Children” — will be presented as part of Paul Robeson House Museum’s “Arts in the Parlor” fundraising series on Sunday, November 24 from 5:00pm until 6:00pm.
The museum is located at 4951 Walnut Street.
McFarlane is a West Philadelphia-based documentary and portrait photographer. He produces images that reflect the true nature of the community — its strengths, its beauty and its history.
His current project shines a positive light on the much-maligned Black male through a series of photographs of them and their children.
Tickets are $10, and can be purchased on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arts-in-the-parlor-robeson-house-museum-ken-mcfarlane-tickets-71415280025
For more information about the museum and the Arts in the Parlor series, visit: www. paulrobesonhouse.org.
About the West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
The West Philadelphia Cultural Alliance owns and operates the Paul Robeson House and Museum. The alliance was established in 1984 to “stimulate community participation in the arts by cultivating an interest in, understanding of, and appreciation for the arts in the greater Philadelphia region.”