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OlaRonke Akinmowo

OlaRonke Akinmowo is an interdisciplinary artist and the creator of The Free Black Women’s Library, a social art project featuring over 5,000 books written by Black women and free public programming. As an artist, she specializes in collage, papermaking, printmaking, stop-motion animation, interactive installation, and creative community praxis. Since 2015, Akinmowo has installed The Free Black Women’s Library in various public spaces such as museums, art galleries, community gardens, and schools, and created free public programming that engages communities by connecting to targeted issues, ideas, or literary concepts.

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