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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We Choose!

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