Adinkra Art Project - February 16th

Adinkra art symbols come from the Asante tribe in west Africa. These symbols are used on fabrics, and printed from woodcuts, and also used in designs on pottery, and on the walls of buildings.

At the library art session, you will "explore the meaning and history behind these beautiful symbols and use them to  make your own art project." Wednesday, February 16, at 11:30am-1:00pm.

Please call for more information at:  (216) 623-7039, and sign up for this exciting art project.

Jeanne Coppola

Jeanne Coppola is a resident of the Collinwood neighborhood, and is interested in art and writing. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cleveland State University, where she was a writer for the multi-cultural student magazine, "The Vindicator."

Jeanne is pleased to be able to write for "The Collinwood Observer," and offer her comments and opinions for this new and exciting community newspaper.

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