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Celebrating Women’s History Month The Work of MaPo Kinnord

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re focusing our attention on the amazing work of female artists featured throughout the O! This piece, for example, is a ceramic sculpture by local artist MaPo Kinnord. Kinnord is a sculptor and potter primarily, but she’s also an educator and woman dedicated to female empowerment. Her work is…

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Celebrating Black History Month: Highlighting the Work of Sister Gertrude Morgan A Street Preacher Turned Visionary Folk Artist

In celebration of Black History Month, we are highlighting the work of Sister Gertrude Morgan, a former street preacher turned artist, poet and musician.  Morgan was born in Lafayette, Alabama in 1900 and relocated to New Orleans during the late 1930s. Shortly after arriving in New Orleans, Morgan adopted the title “Sister” when she became…

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