Feb 26 - Mar 11 2001
Afro-fem-tricity

In May 2000 the Council for the Arts awarded Ifeoma N. Ebo ('02), an architecture student, a grant for a photography project that supported a photographic journey through West Africa. In summer of 2000, she traveled to Ghana and Nigeria to photograph the people and their cultural activities, aesthetics, and traditional architecture.

Exibited with Ebo were Daulah Scruggs, an African American artist presenting sculptural works expressing the history and struggle of her African ancestors, and Sue-Ann Foster, a Caribbean American artist, showing charcoal drawings influenced by her cultural heritage.