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The Blueprint: If the Universe Can Be Imagined It Exists: The Black Woman is God

SOMArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA

The Blueprint: If the Universe Can Be Imagined It Exists The Black Woman is God 2021 Curated by Karen Seneferu and Melorra Green Plan Your Visit | Virtual Gallery | Meet the Artists The Imprint | We Be Gods Now in its fifth iteration at SOMArts Cultural Center, The Black Woman Is God has proven to be a high-level exhibition. It presents lessons in spiritual identity, conveying the Black feminine rituals that [...]

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Nathalie O’Brien at The Ramp Gallery

Nathalie O'Brien My Itemized Pink Home December 12th, 2021 – February 7th, 2022 Featured image: The Lovers About the exhibition My Itemized Pink Home Nathalie O’Brien’s current body of work explores possessions and how they interact with identity, home, and ancestry. She uses a mixture of figurative and still life painting techniques to explore how personal possessions and loved ones are essential to [...]

We Be Gods: The Conversation with Dr. Wade and Vera Nobles

African deities have always existed, reflecting the spiritual practices of diverse ethnic societies in Africa. On Thursday, January 27, 4:00–6:00 PM PST, join Dr. Wade and Vera Nobles in conversation with The Black Woman is God curator and founder Karen Seneferu and contemporary fine artist and painter Malik Seneferu as they discuss what it means for Black men and women to view each other as God’s figures within the African Diaspora and African itself. This free, [...]

The Imprint with Tarika Lewis

Join Tarika Lewis for this free, virtual event on Thursday, February 3, 4:00–6:00 PM PST. Workshop participants will explore divine protection and generational healing in our DNA. RSVP today! About Tarika Lewis Tarika Lewis has often been described as a Renaissance woman. Visual artist, jazz violinist, teacher and genealogist, Lewis graduated from Cal State East Bay and the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Her artwork focuses on African culture, musicians, [...]

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