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black women are worthy

PAST
UPCOMING
Art Installation

black women are worthy is an immersive art experience by creative wellness visionary Deun Ivory that explores conceptual design and visual art as a healing mechanism for celebrating and affirming black women. through an intersection of art, beauty and wellness, creative wellness visionary, deun ivory reimagines the world as a safe and empowering space for those who are often neglected, forgotten and underserved. this pop-up installation is a fundraising activation that filters a portion of its funds to wellness-based nonprofits that serve black and brown communities.

the pop-up immersive experience is curated with a gallery of visuals, a film screening, love notes + excerpts that are rooted in affirmations and self-love reminders.

Time
Dates
2/26/22
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3/31/22
Location
X Atrium - L1 Southeast Gallery
Hours
Mon
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Tue
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Wed
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Thu
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Fri
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Sat
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Free to public

No RSVP required

About the Artist

About the Exhibitor

deun ivory is  a creative wellness visionary, artist and influencer who creates and curates visual   experiences centered around storytelling, self-love, and empowerment for black women.

as a multidisciplinary artist whose clientele ranges from Apple, Google, Nike, Glossier, facebook, Lululemon, Issa Rae and beyond—ivory has carved her own lane as a rare breed regarding her ability to effortlessly express her vision through various creative mediums. as the founder + creative director of the body: a home for love, a 501 (c)3 non-profit shifting culture around how black women heal from sexual trauma—ivory has cemented her power and influence as a wellness visionary and visual storyteller—garnering press from VOGUE, essence magazine, harpers bazaar, hypebae, refinery29 and more.

More About the Program

Credit

Producer

Unique James , Compozition

Architect / Fabricator

Preston Gaines

Projection Mapping

@1nput0utput

With the Support of