Tuesday-Sunday, March 18-23, 2014
Titmus Theatre, Thompson Hall
"LEO is an eye-teasing, grin-inducing, deeply impressive work of sustained absurdist magic."
– Time Out New York
“It’s unusual to hear so many child-like gasps of sheer delighted astonishment in a theater. LEO is a little eye candy for the jaded gaze.”
– The Village Voice
Presented by NCSU Center Stage
Large-Format Color Photographs
by Phyllis Galembo
Traveling widely through western and central Africa, photographer Phyllis Galembo has documented participants in all kinds of masquerade events—traditional African ceremonies and contemporary “fancy dress” and carnival—who use costume, body paint and masks to become mythic beings.
On view January 23 – May 9, 2014
Installed at the NC State University African American Cultural Center Gallery in the Witherspoon Student Center (2810 Cates Avenue, at the corner of Dan Allen Drive).
Open Monday-Thursday 9-9, Friday 9-5.
A concurrent exhibition of Galembo’s work is installed at Meredith College in the Frankie G. Weems Art Gallery (3800 Hillsborough Street).
On view January 23 – March 23, 2014. Open Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday & Sunday, 2–5.
Presented by the Gregg Museum of Art & Design