Thursday, 10/6, noon: Nicole Kozjar
Saturday, 10/8, 3pm: Camille Ollivierre
Saturday, 10/29, 3pm: Camille Ollivierre
The nkisi is a Kongo cultural figure invested with sacred energy, and this sculpture will catalyze communion and community-building. The work reflects DeVane's fascination with how materials convey meaning and reemerge as myths and memories.
Oletha DeVane: Spectrum of Light and Spirit is organized by curator Lowery Stokes Sims and is supported by the Maryland State Arts Council and Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences.
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