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The Black Woman is God: Divine Revolution

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Thursday, 20 July 2017 to Saturday, 26 August 2017

Co-curated by Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green The Black Woman is God: Divine Revolution is a group visual art exhibition with free admission celebrating the Black female presence as the highest spiritual form. More than 60 intergenerational artists working in sculpture, painting, new media, and photography create new myths to challenge Eurocentric notions of God.

Co-curators Seneferu and Green envision The Black Woman is God not only as an exhibition, but as a movement-building platform that explores the intersections of race and gender, dismantling racist and patriarchal notions that devalue Black women’s contributions to society. Now in its second iteration at SOMArts, The Black Woman is God: Divine Revolution reveals Black women’s divinity and resilience despite intergenerational trauma and suppressed creativity.

More information, including a full list of participating artists, is available online here: www.somarts.org/theblackwomanisgod2017/.

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