Rochester continues to recognize Black History Month with the Memorial Art Gallery playing host to an event Sunday night.

There were table discussions on equality and race at cultural institutions, and with this taking place at the MAG, artistry was the focus.

There was live painting with artist Najay Quick, who was working on a piece he calls "Jesus Wept." He put paint to canvas set to live music. He says it's about celebrating culture.

"It intersects through creativity in general," Quick said. "The creativity of art. The creativity of music becoming into one. It's amazing. It's amazing. I love doing that because it's two powers becoming into one and its affecting the community."

There were also tours, storytelling, dance performances and art activities for children at Sunday's event.