Damali Abrams: African Goddess Initiation Fest Day 10
This is what the African Goddess Initiation Summer Fest 2021 is all about! You are being called forth to reclaim who we really are – as women worldwide. You now must remember what we know in our bones and arteries. You are sacred.
Will you join us? You know this is for you if this message found you. The rebirth has already begun.
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Today’s Goddess Guru is Goddess Damali Abrams.
What does “goddess” mean to you, Damali?
How would you describe an empowered goddess?
Is there a goddess that you relate to?
I can’t think of any
African Goddess Initiation Fest celebrates the divine feminine powers of the African Diaspora. How do you describe your heritage or home?
What magic are you most excited about sharing right now?
Jamaica Flux Art Exhibit
What do you want people to know right now?
About Damali Abrams
Damali Abrams the Glitter Priestess is a Guyanese-American artist from Queens. Damali attended the Whitney Independent Study Program, earned an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BA from New York University.
Damali was a recent Creative-In-Residence at Brooklyn Public Library. She is a recipient of the Women’s Studio Workshop Right Now! Production Grant and the Queens Council on the Arts New Works Grant. She has been a fellow at Culture Push, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, A.I.R. Gallery, and apexart in Seoul, South Korea. Damali has also been an Artist-in-Residence at Fresh Milk in Barbados, Groundation Grenada, The Center for Book Arts, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning (JCAL), and LMCC on Governors Island.
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