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My ANGLO Experience Lecture

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Shenequa A. Brooks a visual-artist in residence 2014-15, received her Bachelors of Fine Art with a major in Fibers at Kansas City Art Institute in May 2014. The Center for Craft Creativity & Design awarded Brooks the prestigious Windgate Fellowship. This fellowship provided her travel funding to go to Ghana, West Africa to learn traditional Ghanaian textiles and to attend Bronner Bros. International Hair Show and Madame C.J. Walker Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.

Shenequa A. Brooks will be doing a lecture titled My ANGLO Experience based on her travels to Anloga, Ghana and the weaving’s she constructed will be present. Join Ms.Brooks at The Warehouse (4218 Walnut St.) on February 25, 2015 at 12 pm.


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