Exhibition Opening: The Black Woman is God - San Francisco Main Library, African American Center
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 21, 2014 Contact: Michelle Jeffers Communications, Programs & Partnerships 415 557-4282 Exhibition Opening: The Black Woman is God San Francisco Main Library, African American Center 100 Larkin St., 3rd floor March 1 – May 15, 2014 Curated by Karen Seneferu, one of five contributing artists, the exhibition The Black Woman is God, will be on view in the Main Library’s African American Center March 1- May 15. The exhibition is deeply influenced by Afrocentric scholars Frances Cress-Wesling and Dr. Runoko Rashidi, who see divinity in the Black Woman. Contributing artists Tarika Lewis, Karen Seneferu, Malik Seneferu, Sydney “Sage” Cain and Ajuan Mance also present artwork which explores the divinity of Blackness, and the centrality of the Black Woman within that cosmology. The exhibition explores politics within the art in this provocative presentation. For more information, please call 415 557-4277.