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February Artist


February Artist

Anike
About the Work:

"An Exhibition of Self-Affirmation Poetry & Portrayal

Alluding to the naming traditions peculiar to the Yòrùbá of Southwest Nigeria—Oríkì—the artist employs hairstyles and animal metaphors as mediums for exploring, portraying and projecting the essence of a person."

Learn more at www.anike.org

 


Join us on March 28th!


Trailblazing Women Communal Reading & Community Conversation

Please join us in conversation: Trailblazing Women -- Nevertheless She Persisted 

Wed, March 28th, Cambridge City Hall, 5:45pm - 8pm

An honoring of local women, a group reading and community conversation with an Open and Honest dialogue on race

Developed in collaboration with Cambridge's Councilwomen E. Denise Simmons & Office of the City Manager, Cambridge YWCA, Cambridge Women's Commission and Mass Humanities

Free and open to the public; all genders and ethnicities welcome!

 


Rent a Space at YWCA Cambridge!