Please join us for brunch with the Mural Arts Advisory Council and an intimate conversation with artist Walé Oyéjidé, Esq, an incredible artist whose fame has risen since his costume designs were used in the Marvel movie Black Panther. Proceeds from ticket sales will support Mural Arts’ many wonderful projects and programs.
Date: January 27, 2019
Location: The private residence of Danielle Hankin (address to be provided upon ticket purchase)
Tickets: $45 for general admission / $75 for admission + a photo with Walé Oyéjidé
About Walé Oyéjidé
Oyéjidé, a TED Fellow, is a designer, writer, musician, and lawyer who combats bias with creative storytelling. As the founder of Ikiré Jones, he employs fashion design as a vehicle to celebrate the perspectives of marginalized populations. He’s been working with Mural Arts students in West Philadelphia to examine identity through clothing, and they’ve just installed a beautiful new mural on the facade of Lucien E. Blackwell Library on 52nd Street, an entrepreneurial hub for African immigrants. Read more about it here!