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Sereno Wilson: Haitian Symbology and Spirits
Sereno Wilson: Haitian Symbology and Spirits

Sat, May 25

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The Haïtian American Museum

Sereno Wilson: Haitian Symbology and Spirits

Project Onward artist, Sereno "Glitterman" Wilson's solo exhibition is on the road! Please join us for the opening reception at the Haitian American Museum of Chicago.

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May 25, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

The Haïtian American Museum, 4654 N Racine Ave, Chicago, IL 60640, USA

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Project Onward artist, Sereno "Glitterman" Wilson's solo exhibition is on the road! Please join us for the opening reception at the Haitian American Museum of Chicago.

Sereno grew up in a highly religious household and has often combined biblical and religious symbolism into his works. The Haitian Vodou religion has its roots in West African beliefs and Roman Catholicism. Sereno seeks to connect his offerings to the Vodou faith by adapting and interpreting Haitian Vodou Loa flags and spirits into an intentional and ever changing mystic environment.

All are welcome to attend this event! Refreshments will be available.

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