On Friday, April 29, Masud will bring his art to Atlanta as a part of the “Dream Life of The Indigo Children.”

“Dream Life of the Indigo Children” is a new series of mixed media works that derive their inspiration from the Gullah Geechee communities of the South Carolina and Georgia Sea Islands. Masud Olufani draws on the rich cultural heritage of the Gullah people, centering their complex and evocative communal practices as an enduring example of constructive resilience. The evening will also feature poet, writer and editor Maya Marshall.

● Open studio with Masud Olufani

● Friday, April 29, 2022 | 6-9p ET.
● Emory University Visual Arts Building
700 Peavine Creek Rd. Atlanta, GA

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