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August 2019

Musing Women

August 26 - September 19

This exhibit marks the 40th anniversary of Kalliope, FSCJ’s premier journal of women’s art and literature (in publication from 1979 to 2008). The journal, named after the Greek Muse of epic poetry, showcased verse, prose, visual art and interviews with prominent artists and writers.  “Musing Women” includes former contributors to Kalliope as well as other women artists practicing in the Northeast Florida region.  Visitors will also be able to see related historical materials from the FSCJ archives including journal covers,…

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September 2019

Welcome to the Afrofuture: Ground Zero

September 19 - December 15

An exhibition showcasing contemporary work by artists, creatives, and designers engaging in the aesthetic of black spatial realities, imaginary spaces, and black meccas. The exhibition opening will take place on Thursday, September 12 from 6-9pm. New Orleans African American Museum, 1417-1418 Governor Nichols New Orleans, Louisiana 70116 www.noaam.org

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Through Our Eyes 2019

September 19, 2019 - January 20, 2020

From cave drawings and ancient monuments to contemporary public art and graffiti, artists produce a record of our inevitable evolution and perpetual revolution. Through creative expression, artists document the evidence of human existence, emotion, and possibilities.  Whether their inspiration is drawn from personal wellsprings or ignited by the world around them, artists navigate the converging lines between fact, fake and fantasy. Their work reflects universal and undeniable truths which stand the test of time. Ritz Theater & Museum, 829 N…

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The Wiz

September 20 - October 12

Exhibition: I will be exhibiting new artwork in association with the Players-by-the-Sea performance of "The Wiz". Performance: The Wiz, a “Super Soul” musical is an urban retelling of the classic children’s novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in the context of modern African-American culture featuring a funk, gospel and sensationally soulful score. After a cyclone hits her house, Dorothy is transported to the magical land of Oz where she meets the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion who help…

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