Art Lab: Digital Altars with Melonie J. and Melorra Green

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Create a digital altar with artists Melonie J. and Melorra Green. As part of our Made by Women series, they’ll share how to build a shrine from photos, videos, and sketches using iPhone as well as the Procreate app on iPad with Apple Pencil. They’ll also talk about their collaboration with the Omi Arts series at the Ashara Ekundayo Gallery. Bring your own devices or we’ll provide them.

Melonie J. Green 

Activist

Twin sisters Melonie J. and Melorra Green are co-executive directors of the African American Art & Culture Complex in San Francisco. Together they’ve produced more than 70 exhibits and 100 public events.

Melorra Green

Activist

Twin sisters Melonie J. and Melorra Green are co-executive directors of the African American Art & Culture Complex in San Francisco. Together they’ve produced more than 70 exhibits and 100 public events.

Ashara Ekundayo Gallery

Ashara Ekundayo Gallery in Oakland is an arts platform and project space that exclusively exhibits the work of black womxn and womxn of the African Diaspora. They host the interactive Omi Arts series.

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