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"A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art" Virtual Tour & Discussion

February 22 · 4:00pm – 5:00pm
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Join Dr. Kevin Tervala, BMA Associate Curator of African Art, for a virtual tour of the exhibition A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art and an informal discussion about the relationship between art, motherhood, and power in Africa.

Please RSVP by Friday, February 19, to FAPA@artbma.org. Zoom information to follow.

*Open to FAPA Members and BMA Council

This exhibition is generously supported by the Suzanne F. Cohen Exhibition Fund, Transamerica, and Christopher & Pamela Hoehn-Saric. Additional support is provided by The Museums and Society Program at Johns Hopkins University.

Join Dr. Kevin Tervala, BMA Associate Curator of African Art, for a virtual tour of the exhibition A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art and an informal discussion about the relationship between art, motherhood, and power in Africa.

Please RSVP by Friday, February 19, to FAPA@artbma.org. Zoom information to follow.

*Open to FAPA Members and BMA Council

This exhibition is generously supported by the Suzanne F. Cohen Exhibition Fund, Transamerica, and Christopher & Pamela Hoehn-Saric. Additional support is provided by The Museums and Society Program at Johns Hopkins University.

Installation view, "A Perfect Power: Motherhood and African Art." Photography by Mitro Hood

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