BLOOMFIELD, NJ -PAX Rwanda: Embroideries of the Females of Savane Rutongo-Kabuye,” an exhibit of lively needleworks produced by Rwandan artists, opened February 4 at the Oakeside Manor on Belleville Method in Bloomfield NJ.
The exhibition will certainly get on display screen for the whole month of February as a part of Black History Month.
TAPintoBloomfield spenthung out with the curator of this collection and will certainly share the tale of the art as well as exactly how art is altering lives in this main African nation.Sign Up for E-News
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