Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
Bringing the personal connections and meaningful under- standing for which they are renown, the women capture the broad cultural diversity of the sacred rituals of birth, death, courtship, leadership, healing and more. The landmark exhibition transports us to a world of connections between individual and community, body and soul, land and people. The photographs cover 15 years of pioneering work that brings us the dazzling diversity of African ceremonies, rituals & culture.
Two Hadza hunters overlook their territory bordering Lake Eyasi, east of the Serengeti Plains, Tanzania
All exhibits and events will be in compliance with any pandemic restrictions and schedules. SJIMA has all COVID protections in place for your safety and that of our staff and volunteers. You will be asked to wear a mask. Should you not have one, we will provide one.
Admission is $10 and free to members and those 18 and younger. Mondays are Pay As You Can days. More information and updates can be found at https://sjima.org/. SJIMA is located at 540 Spring Street in Friday Harbor, WA and all are welcome to this joyous show.
Hours: Thursday -Monday 11-5 Mondays are Pay As You Can Days
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Presenting sponsor: Glen Moreno & Marilee Wood The Honeywell Charitable Trust, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Anonymous, Peg Gerlock & Phil Johnson, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Gary & Susan Sterner, Kim Miller, Dave Ralston & Don Pollard, Kenmore Air, Alchemy Art Center, Printonyx, Griffin Bay Books, Harbor Rental, Richard Hobbs FAIA, Joe Cooper Designs LLC and Browne’s Home Center.