INDIVIDUALITY, Creativity & Poetry

February 1, 2017
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The exhibit Kesha – A Black Female Experience of Identity & Race features the work of 14 black female artists working in photography, videography, sculpture, textile art and 2D art, offering their interpretation of black femininity, ethnicity, identity and stereotypes. Featured artists include Rhonda Bristol, Glendia Cooper, Dania W. Frink, Jovita Harper, Marsha Hatcher, MK Hollowell, Carla Jones, Erin Kendrick, Traci Mims, Princess Simpson Rashid, Crystal Rodriguez, Tiffany Rodriguez (pictured Dreams. Delights. Delusions.), Richlin Ryan and Sosha Thumper. The opening reception includes a meet-and-greet, opening remarks by sociologist JeffriAnne Wilder, Ph.D., a performance by the Nan Nkama Pan-African Drum & Dance Ensemble, and poetry performances by Ebony Payne-English and Tonya Smart.


5-8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, Jax Makerspace Gallery and The Lounge at 303 North, Main Library, Downtown; the exhibit runs through April 23,

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