The Baker Museum presents
Ramekon O’Arwisters, artist
Join exhibiting artist Ramekon O’Arwisters for an artist talk related to his work. O’Arwisters is known as the founder of Crochet Jam, a community-arts project infused with folk-art traditions that foster a creative culture in cooperative relationships. His work includes freeform sculptures that experiment with vibrant color, repurposed ceramics and the rich traditions of quilting and weaving. Informed by his experiences as a Black and queer man from the American south, O’Arwisters explores dualities of protection and danger through building what he refers to as “cultural totems” in his work.
This presentation is part of the exhibition Tradition Interrupted.
Free Admission to The Baker Museum
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