Nubian Square comes alive with the “Nubian Nights” installation, featuring jazz music and synchronized light projections on local businesses. PHOTO: HAKIM RAQUIB PHOTOGRAPHY
On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through April 11, Nubian Square comes alive with the “Nubian Nights” installation, featuring jazz music and synchronized light projections on local businesses. Organized by the Roxbury Cultural District (RCD), the outdoor installations provides a safe, socially distanced art experience for the neighborhood.
“Nubian Nights” is a team effort put together by the RCD, Jazz Urbane Café, Black Market, Nubian Gallery and the female-led production team of MF Dynamics, Hersch Visuals and Jane Long. The installation is spread across three local businesses on Washington Street, Jazz Urbane Café in the Bruce Bolling Building, Black Market and the Nubian Gallery.
Music played by local musicians from Jazz Urbane Café’s roster waft through the streets while dynamic projections timed with the music and window installations display on the three businesses. “The cultural district is really well positioned to be