Uumbaji | Department of Pan-African Studies | Kent State University

The Uumbaji Art Gallery in the Department of Pan-African Studies at Kent State University is pleased to invite applications from individuals or organizations.

The Uumbaji Art Gallery is a space dedicated to examining themes about global Africa and its diasporas, social justice and other issues facing Peoples of Color. However, it is also a space that embraces themes not directly related to Africa and its diasporas. We select proposals based on the quality of the artwork, how it fits in with our theme, as well as the interest your proposed show may have for the entire university and surrounding community. We encourage applications that reflect a variety of media, styles and viewpoints.

Want to exhibit at the Uumbaji Gallery?

Individuals and organizations who wish to utilize the Uumbaji gallery are asked to submit the following documents:

Questions & Media Contacts:

Idris Kabir Syed, Uumbaji Gallery Curator

email: isyed@kent.edu

phone: (330)672-0158

The Uumbaji Gallery is located in room 134 Oscar Ritchie Hall, 225 Terrace Drive, Kent, OH 44242

Current & Upcoming Exhibits

Uumbaji Gallery

The Uumbaji gallery features a wide variety of work that represents the African diaspora.

Current Exhibit -

Spirit of the Masquerade

Closing reception Sep. 21, 2018  5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Room 134 Oscar Ritchie Hall

Exhibit Dates: Sep. 3 - Sep. 28Spirit of the Masquerade