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“Voodoo Survived!” 

click to enlarge AKPAN NSEABASI
  • Akpan Nseabasi

A collective of like-minded artists and patrons, The Olaju Art Group serves as a platform for emerging talent while promoting the arts and culture of West Africa. Spotlighted by the group’s Exposure Through The Arts (ETTA) initiative, Nigerian freelance photographer Akpan Nseabasi uses his work “to raise awareness on underrepresented subjects,” including the often stereotyped religion of voodoo. Hosted by St. Mary’s University, Nseabasi’s photographic exhibit “Voodoo Survived!” trains its lens on the Voodoo Festival held annually in the West African nation of Benin. Free, 6-8:30pm Fri, Greehey School of Business, St. Mary’s University, One Camino Santa Maria St. (parking available in Lot T), — BR

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