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"Goddess Speaks: A Visionary Journey Through Goddess Culture"

The local creative known as Jagwired Art shares the completion of her goddess series at the Movement Gallery. The project first took shape three years ago and involved a study of “goddesses from across the world” with emphasis on their significance in collective consciousness. It’s not yet apparent her specific motivation for the selection of each deity, though it seems to aim as a whole to express the artist’s personal journey of discovery and growth. The series aims to showcase “stories, symbology and culture” through visual representation. Saturday’s opening reception features a Q&A with Jagwired, a dance performance by Laura Rios Ramirez and live music by local R&B artist AMEA.

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