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SUPREME is a multidisciplinary art exhibit that depicts the cultural aesthetic of Afrofuturism, as a developing collision of technology with African Diaspora. This show is a celebration of culture and creativity through the exploration of futuristic elements. CLOSING MARCH 9
Franchesca Lamarre’s debut film, “A Good Cry”, will be showing at the closing of the “SUPREME, a Voyage to Afrofuturism” show. The Gallery will also be celebrating it’s one year anniversary at the closing on Saturday March 9th, from 10am until 10pm.
In the summer of 2018, Franchesca premiered her debut film "A Good Cry" centered on the navigation of colorism through ancestral healing and movement.
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The exhibition features work by Adeyemi, Rachel Adreinola Oye, James Nelson, Ifoma Stubbs, Stone, Vonmash, Asia Hamilton, Steven Mealy, and Matthew Corbin.