Kibibi Ajanku is the Resident Curator at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum in Fells Point, Baltimore, Maryland.

Kibibi Ajanku is the Resident Curator at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum in Fells Point, Baltimore, Maryland. When presented properly, art is the perfect vehicle to inspire authentic dialogue in an effort to move forward into greater intercultural awareness for the global community. As a result, Kibibi Ajanku's curatorial projects encompass an ever-growing body of exploratory research, image-making, exhibition-making. Kibibi often uses the exhibition space to emphasize relationships between historical occurrences and lived history.

Since 2018, Kibibi Ajanku has acted as the Bearman Gallery Curator-In-Residence for the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum, but even before that time, her curatorial work was featured there. Some of Kibibi's recent exhibitions include:

Curatorial Art

Music by Poncho

Music by Poncho

Frederick Douglass Bicentennial

Frederick Douglass Bicentennial

Non-Toxic Masculinity

Non-Toxic Masculinity

We Choose!

We Choose!

Espi Friazier Artist Talk

Espi Friazier Artist Talk

Indigo Magic

Indigo Magic

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