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Small Talk: Bondye: Between and Beyond with Georges Valris
March 13 at 3:30 PM
Small Talks are ten-to-fifteen-minute gallery talks focused on one object or a small group of objects. These brief informal sessions enrich the visitor experience and allow visitors to learn more about works of art in NOMA’s permanent holdings as well as those on view in temporary exhibitions. Admission to NOMA is free to all Louisiana residents on Wednesdays courtesy of The Helis Foundation.
Join sequin artist Georges Valris for a discussion about the exhibition of Vodou flags in Bondye: Between and Beyond. Valris collaborated with Tina Girouard on the Erzulie artwork on view in the exhibition.
About Georges Valris
Georges Valris, born in Cavaillon, Haiti, began creating Vodou flags in the late 1980s. Early in his career, Georges became the manager of Tina Girouard’s Port-au-Prince atelier, where he and other skilled artisans worked with Tina in executing her designs. In addition, Georges and Tina created collaborative works that have been exhibited widely in the United States. Valris is a featured artist at the annual Sante Fe International Folk Art Market.