OUMA lectures added to line-up

Oglethorpe University Museum of Art has announced two new lectures presented as part of two exhibitions currently on view: Phyllis Stephens: Story Quilts and Rwanda Reconciliation.

Sewing and Reaping

Phyllis Stephens lecture, “Sewing and Reaping” Phyllis Stephens is an award-winning fifth generation quilt maker, considered by critics to be a Master of African-American Story Quilts. Simply stated her quilts are inspirational. She has quilted professionally for more than thirty years.

Rebuilding the Judicial System in Post-Genocide Rwanda

Anne Gahongayire lecture, “Rebuilding the Judicial System in Post-Genocide Rwanda” Anne Gahongayire currently serves as External Relations and Partnership Development Officer with The Grandmother Project, a nonprofit organization that promotes the rights and wellbeing of women and children in developing countries.

Lectures are free to OUMA members and with a Petrel Pass.  General admission: $5.