Opening Event of "Symbolic Use of Animals in African Cultural Art"

By Emily Thu, January 11, 2007

Tomorrow night is the opening event of the new exhibition at the Central Library, “Symbolic Use of Animals in African Cultural Art.” Presented by Herman Bigham & Associates, a collective of African Art presenters, preservers, and scholars, the event, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., will feature a gallery talk and lecture by Dr. Rosalind Jefferies. The exhibition features a wide array of sculptural forms from Baltimore’s Morgan State University collection, the renowned private collection of Merton Simpson of New York City, and the holdings of Herman Bigham & Associates, containing some of the most extraordinary African Art to be exhibited in the Philadelphia area since the “Treasurers of Ancient Nigeria” exhibition. For more information, contact Herman Bigham at 215-387-2742 or hblj2@aol.com


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