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Friday, 20 September 2019
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Friday, 20 September 2019 - 6:00pm

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Storytelling and art making come together to explore the topics addressed by Artist-in-Residence Fabiola Jean-Louis. This program is in partnership with the Storytellers of San Diego and is geared towards an adult audience.

 6:00 - 9:00pm (Stories start at 7:00pm) 

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Fabiola Jean-Louis’ series Rewriting History: A Black Ancestral Narrative is about defying expectations by introducing the black female body in a conversation from which she has been absent. Dressing her black models in Victorian gowns made of paper, Jean-Louis’ painterly photographs open up a dialogue about history and identity in relation to race, paper as currency, and fashion as a class system.

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760-436-6611

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1578 So.El Camino Real Encinitas Ca. 92024

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Storytelling is described as collective memory and this series is definitely about celebrating all different kinds of communities and the memories that live within them.

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