"We are very excited to have this exhibit in the gallery, because it's bringing attention to an issue that really deserves it, but receives very little coverage," said Clint Stone, IAO's executive director.
The exhibit features 12 panels displaying images of Swazi women and children in their environments. Each piece is accompanied with a poetic narration that helps visitors understand the meaning behind each work.
The exhibit is on display until early November. The opening reception is 6-9 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 232-6060 or visit www.iaogallery.org. "Ta'Chelle Jones