"Berber Women's Art in Northwest Africa" with Cynthia Becker Friday 3.27

Friday March 27th
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Up next in our Dinner & Discovery: West Africa Salon Series - "Berber Women's Art in Northwest Africa" with Cynthia Becker on Friday 3.27! A scholar specializing in the arts of the Imazighen (Berbers), Cynthia will explore the role of women in the arts and culture of Niger's Touareg. Jewelry and hand crafted items from Niger will be available for sale.
Ticket includes beer, wine, a delicious dinner & talk.

Hosted by Lee Lamson.
Reserve tickets in advance at:
berberartswestafrica.eventbrite.com

6-8pm. $45pp
Reservations strongly recommended - space is limited.
All proceeds support RAIN's programs in Niger.


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