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THREE QUESTIONS With Amber L.N. Bournett and Ebony Blanding co-founders of House of June

THREE QUESTIONS With Amber L.N. Bournett and Ebony Blanding co-founders of House of June

  1. How did your concept for the short film for AFRICA FORECAST develop? EBONY: We found that the exhibition asked us to consider how we adorn ourselves. From what we wear to body art, our emotions and thoughts are...
‘AFRICA FORECAST: Fashioning Contemporary Life’ | Now On View
Ayana V. Jackson | 'Stella,' 2016
Lina Iris Viktor | 'Constellation,' 2016
Zohra Okopu | 'selfportraits,' 2015
Amy Sherald | 'Fact was she knew more about them than she knew about herself, having never had the map to discover what she was like,' 2015
Fabiola Jean-Louis | 'Amina,' 2016
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Mondays
12:00 p.m.

Look closely at works of art on view through the lens of balance, focus, and strength; then connect these ideas with a yoga class led by certified yoga instructors Felesha Love, Wellness Specialist, Spelman College, and Makeba Dixon-Hill, Curator of Education, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art.

Yoga in the Museum is free and open to beginner and experienced yogis. Space is also limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact us at 404.270.5607, museum@spelman.edu, or @spelmanmuseum on Twitter with questions and for more information.

Space is limited, so please bring your yoga mat, if you are able.

Yoga in the Museum is organized in partnership with the Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Wellness and is an Active for Life Wellness Initiative.

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