Feels Like Home Public Opening

image of Sunday School, from the series The Hair Appointment, 2018.

Sunday School, from the series The Hair Appointment, 2018. Photography by Jeremy Rodney-Hall. Directed by Josef Adamu. Produced by Josef Adamu & Helena Koudou. Styled by Habibat Julmat. Hair by Helena Koudou. Featuring Aziza. © Jeremy Rodney Hall. Image courtesy of the artist and Sunday School.



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Feels Like Home Public Opening

Friday, May 5, 7 – 8:30 pm
Level 2, Gallery 248

Join Sunday School creative director Josef Adamu and the AGO’s Emilie Croning to celebrate the opening of the new exhibition, Feels Like Home.   

Founded by Josef Adamu in Toronto in 2017, Sunday School is a creative agency that brings together visual artists from across Africa and the diaspora to share compelling stories and foreground notions of identity, fashion, and culture at the intersection of art and education. Feels Like Home highlights work from three series: The Hair Appointment (2018), Ten Toes Down (2021), and Jump Ball (2019–ongoing), and considers contemporary discourses around the notion of home. 

Remarks at 7 pm.


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