Arts & Lifestyle
The Community Folks Artwork Heart (@cfacsyracuse) has declared the opening of its most current exhibition, “As Informed By Black Gals: Cherilyn Beckles.” The exhibition is open up to the public and will operate as a result of July 30 in the CFAC key gallery.
“As Explained to By Black Women” explores the connection Black girls have with their hair and the Eurocentric lens of beauty that has formed their perception of themselves. In most African American communities, possessing “good hair” usually means owning loose curls that sway in the wind, not “nappy,” coarse or wooly hair.
20-5 females of unique ages had been photographed and requested, “What does getting very good hair signify to you?” The deep-rooted culture about hair in just the African American community and what it usually means to folks individually is introduced through the pictures of this exhibition. The responses and stories from these females educate a person to appreciate the uniqueness of some others.
Beckles is a visual artist/storyteller initially from Brooklyn. She has used her passion for creativity to press boundaries inside meaningful tales, exclusively all those that impact the Black community. Beckles is pursuing a master’s degree in visual conversation at the S.I Newhouse Faculty of Community Communications. She hopes to continue generating perform and capturing moments worth sharing.
There is no cost to go to the exhibition. In-man or woman appointments are accessible via email at [email protected], or by contacting 315.443.2230. For additional details, visit the Community People Artwork Center web site.