Program Description

Exploring themes of cultural identity expressed by hairstyles, the Museum of Arts and Design will transform its Artist Studios into a free, working salon for three evenings in February 2015.

Each evening artists, hairstylists, academics and others will gather to demonstrate a variety of techniques for manipulating hair and explore how these expressive styles reflect cultural identity and artistic expression.

The Salon: Hair in Art and Design is organized by Jake Yuzna, Director of Public Programs and Nakeisha Gumbs, Manager of School and Teacher Programs

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