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The Bridgehampton Museum and Eastville Community Historical Society are joining together to present a unique and engaging Juneteenth celebration.


Nigerian artist Oluwaseyi Awoyomi will guide us as we delve into the captivating intersections of art, music and cultural heritage. Through engaging discussions and a guided art activity, we aim to uncover the profound symbolism of rhythmic patterns related to the human head in art, reflecting themes of unity, adaptability, and growth. Join us as we reflect on the historical significance of Juneteenth, the enduring power of music in times of struggle, and the rich cultural tapestry of folkloric songs and traditions that inspire resilience and preserve identity. Guests will also get to enjoy strawberry mocktails and good company.


About the Artist

Shayee, or Oluwaseyi Awoyomi, is a natural-born polymath immersed in a lineage of artistic brilliance from family visionaries like Nike Okundaye and Prince Twins Seven-Seven. From age 3, Shayee effortlessly explored dance, song, textile, and painting under her mother's guidance.


Her artistic journey seamlessly blends visual and performing arts, drawing inspiration from the Osogbo school in Nigeria. The enduring presence, distinctive styles, and boundless vision of these artists fuel Shayee's exploration.


Versatility defines Shayee as she fearlessly traverses various mediums, considering art a universal language. Each artistic endeavor is a unique means of communication, a dialect expressing her vision. In her evolving narrative, Shayee weaves threads of creativity inspired by her heritage's rich legacy and the limitless possibilities of artistic expression.

  • Ori (The Head): Its Rhythms & Resilience
    Ori (The Head): Its Rhythms & Resilience
    Wed, Jun 19
    The Nathaniel Rogers House
    Jun 19, 2024, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    The Nathaniel Rogers House, 2539 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932, USA
    Juneteenth Celebration Co-Sponsored with Eastville Community Historical Society.
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