Kaleidoscope of Human Color at the Charles H. Wright Museum

Kaleidoscope of Human Color at the Charles H. Wright Museum

By Chyia Hunter – Haute is Contributing Fashion & Style Blogger
Chyia Hunter dressed to the nines.
On Saturday October 7th,  I attended the 2017 Wright Gala at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and it was just as beautiful as I expected. This year’s theme, Kaleidoscope of Human Color, planned to bring together our diversity in human culture and color and it did just that.
 Colorful graphics created a stunning visual effect!
The Charles McGee “United We Stand” sculptures was the artistic back drop for the event.
The Wright Gala was a visual representation of diversity, thanks to the beautifully designed event space and the array of fashion modeled by its attendees.
Attendees mixed, mingled, wined and dined to an amazing setting.
…and danced the away the night
This year’s theme, Kaleidoscope of Human Color, planned to bring together our diversity in human culture and color and it did just that. The Wright Gala was a visual representation of diversity, thanks to the beautifully designed event space and the array of fashion modeled by its attendees. In a room filled with Detroit’s who’s who, it’s always refreshing to see that my hometown still knows and respects the art of fashion, beauty and giving back.
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Kaleidoscope of Human Color will serve as an educational tool that will foster literacy and social awareness for children and families to learn and grow from as we thrive collectively as a community and nation.
About The Wright Museum: 

The Wright Museum houses over 35,000 artifacts and archival materials and is home to the Blanche Coggin Underground Railroad Collection, Harriet Tubman Museum Collection, Coleman A. Young Collection and the Sheffield Collection, a repository of documents of the labor movement in Detroit.

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The museum also serves as a facility for countless private functions including weddings, anniversaries, corporate meetings and conferences, memorial services, and community events. All told, The Wright serves over half a million people annually through its exhibitions, programs, and events such as African World Festival.

Images: Chyia Hunter and Robere Lett  

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