The newest exhibit at the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum invites guests to see a section of the population that oftentimes feels unseen. In“(in)visible:Nepantla,”Blackwomenandwomenofcolorareplacedintheforefrontofthe viewer’s gaze, so they can be fully recognized.
Tayina Deravile, a first-generation Haitian-American cultural art practitioner and arts professional, curated approximately 30 original works created by Ft. Lauderdale-based artist Kandy G Lopez, circa 2013. So, mark your calendars for this Friday for our opening reception! If you can’t make it, don’t worry! You can immerse yourself in the beauty of their creations on display until March 15th.