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Ancestral Nourishment

 

Get a final look at Ancestral Nourishment, curated and conceived by Seema Shakti Choudhary at the Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning located at 161-04 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, NY, United States, New York.

This exhibition is about artists celebrating their roots, their past, their ancestors and the nourishment and inspiration they provide to continue creating and telling stories through art.

Featuring Art by: Alejandro Pinzón, Ameila Inderjeit, Anjeanette Ang, Annie Del Hierro, Anurima Kumar, Audrey Rodriguez, Carolina Amarillo, Christian Chang, Elizabeth Velazquez, Ellie Reynoso De La Rosa, Garry Grant, Ida Owens, Kadiatou Coulibaly, Karen Sonilall, Katie Frank, LisaMaria Maya, Marcy Chevali, Mellisa Severino, My Tien Pham, Nadia Misir, Raqeebah Zaman, Samantha Rae Hosein, Seema Shakti, Shvadre Stiffend, Sita Sunil, Tariq Julfiker

The exhibition will remain open until Saturday, January 6, 2023. 

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