VÉVÉ Spiritual Symbols of Haiti

Sunday, September 24, 2017 to Sunday, December 17, 2017

“VÉVÉ Spiritual Symbols of Haiti”

Opening September 24th at 4:00PM

This exhibition spotlights select works from the Waterloo Center for the Arts Haitian collection in order to explore the spiritual symbols of Haitian vodou, more specifically the Veve. A veve is usually a symbol essential to any vodou ceremony and commonly drawn on the floor by a priest (houngan) or priestess (mambo).

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