Virgin Islands Council on the Arts brought a century of culture to life Saturday at the Dorsch Center in Frederiksted.
The full house of patrons was treated to a century of music, dance, poetry and fashion created and performed by three generations of local talent.
MC Richard Nicks kept the evening flowing with the focus devoted to black life, history and culture.
Ay Ay Rhythm Ensemble, Cedelle Petersen Christopher, Mind, Body and Soul, Regal, Fashions, Richard Schrader, Geron Richards and students, Sommer Sibilly-Brown, Jay Watson, Chenzira Davis Kahina and Per Ankh Family Musicians performed.
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