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Tameka Phillips: Patterns of Identity

Throughout human history, we have used patterns in order to artfully express ourselves and showcase different cultures. Various colors and patterns have been used as visual cultural signifiers to identify specific social groups and their role in the greater society. However, the meaning behind a textile’s design provides more diversity in cultural identity. In Patterns of Identity, MFA candidate Tameka Phillips explores how patterns, colors, and texture in textiles can be used to represent multicultural identities in the human form. 

Friday, November 6 at 9:00am to 5:00pm

Center for Art & Theatre , University Gallery 493 I.T. Dr., Statesboro, GA 30458

Event Type

Arts, Culture and Entertainment

Campus

Statesboro Campus

Colleges

College of Arts and Humanities

Departments

Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art

Website

http://cah.georgiasouthern.edu/cat/

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#bfsdoart

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