Afrofuture Society Salon: "Southern Parlour" Series with A Scribe Called Quess, Cairo Kwame and Torrence Taylor

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Afrofuture Society founder and "Southern Parlour" art exhibition in the Gallery at Ace Hotel New Orleans curator Gia M. Hamilton hosts a discussion on Conjectoral Mapping within art by artists of African descent with three of the participants in the "Southern Parlour" art exhibition; A Scribe Called Quess, Cairo Kwame and Torrence Taylor

This intimate and engaging monthly series features presentations, talks and networking by visual artists of African descent working in all mediums. The salons are free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to participate in Q&A. 

The current "Southern Parlour" exhibition is on view through October 1st, 2016 in the Gallery at Ace New Orleans. More: www.afrofuturesociety.com 


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  • 6PM–Tuesday, September 27
  • FREE

Afrofuture Society founder and "Southern Parlour" art exhibition in the Gallery at Ace Hotel New Orleans curator Gia M. Hamilton hosts a discussion on Conjectoral Mapping within art by artists of African descent with three of the participants in the "Southern Parlour" art exhibition; A Scribe Called Quess, Cairo Kwame and Torrence Taylor

This intimate and engaging monthly series features presentations, talks and networking by visual artists of African descent working in all mediums. The salons are free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to participate in Q&A. 

The current "Southern Parlour" exhibition is on view through October 1st, 2016 in the Gallery at Ace New Orleans. More: www.afrofuturesociety.com 

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