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Member Event: Unveiling Perspectives

Shakira Hunt & 7God

Visual Art, Immersive/Interactive Experience

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A visual premier and installation experience by Shakira Hunt and 7God.


Experiential curators/artists Shakira Hunt and 7God focus on storytelling through their practices of visual art and digital media with a collective goal to amplify and support the advancement of artists, specifically Black voices through visual art, education, and community.


"Unveiling Perspectives," is a unique artistic experience aiming to celebrate the convergence of art and photography, igniting conversations and connections within the creative community. Audiences will experience visual storytelling in an immersive, multi-sensory art and photography installation. Enjoy networking and connection with like-minded creatives; the premiere of a series of visually stunning short films that offer a glimpse into the artistic process; and an artist dialogue moderated by Will Toms, co-founder of REC Philly.


Connect with the artists:
@shakirahunt.creativestudio @givememyflowers.theseries @7godxx @7godxxcollectibles


Presented by the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Association with FringeArts


Tickets FREE with RSVP for FringeArts Members & PMA Members. Join today to acess tickets

Details
Run Time: 240 mins
Ticket Price: FREE
Venue: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Perelman Building Dates: September 22, 2023

September 22, 2023 5.00pm

Become a FringeArts or PMA Member to access tickets to this special event. Already a FringeArts Member? Contact us for the link to access tickets at PatronServices@FringeArts.com

2525 Pennsylvania Ave

General Admission: FREE


About the Artist

Experiential curators/ artists Shakira Hunt and 7God focus on storytelling through their practices of visual art and digital media with a collective goal to amplify and support the advancement of artists, specifically black voices through visual art, education, and community. Their work focuses on mental health and wellness - challenging identity, and education through the mediums of paint, photography, creative direction and film. Their works and experiences as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) help to illustrate and construct narratives that challenge America's status quo such as (classism, gender, and race).

Accessibility & Content Considerations

Contact the Fringe Festival Box Office for up to date accessibility information.

This event is appropriate for ages 18+

Covid-19 Safety policy

This event does not require proof of vaccination to attend or masks to be worn


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