Symposium: Whirling Return of Ancestors



Join us for a multi-sensorial exhibition displaying the sights, sounds, and motions of Egúngún Arts, and a multi-disciplinary Symposium exploring sensory aspects of specific African ways of honoring ancestors on April 6-7. This event is sponsored by the African Studies Program and the Department of Art History, with co-sponsorship from the Anonymous Fund, the institute for Regional and Institutional Studies (IRIS), and the Ruth Davis Design Gallery.

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