State of the Arts: Marcia Jones | #blkSOTA S2Ep2

This month I was honored sit down with Marcia Jones, a visual artist and educator based in Charlotte,NC. She is Mariana Abramović and Frida Khalo rolled into one being. Her work and life constantly challenge the female paradigm, this episode is a real celebration of matriarchy In These Streets!

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Comment by Black Art In America on January 13, 2014 at 5:28pm

Great job Kendrea, keep it coming...

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