Performing Arts - Other | August 18 | 6 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Karen Seneferu is one of the organizers of The Black Woman Is God, a movement-building platform activated by live performance and community cypher that celebrates the black female presence as the highest spiritual form. Seneferu presents a performance piece highlighting the themes that drive her curational work. She says, Through an examination of cosmology, womanhood, feminism, politics and psychology, The Black Woman Is God challenges gaps and fragments in art history that position Black art as only ancient or contemporary, failing to honor the space in between.
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