Yai, a sociology major, was born in Sudan and began playing soccer at the age of 7. He and his two brothers were able to escape the civil war in Sudan and moved to Jackson, Miss., where Yai played high school and club soccer.
The exhibition, "Blinded," is a series of new paintings by Cracco that focus on the ephemera of light. A free opening reception is planned 6-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at the gallery, 2411 Second Ave., North. Visit the gallery online or call (205) 413-2999.
Written by Charles Mee, the story is a remaking of Aeschylus’ “The Supplicants.” When three of the brides entreat the owner of an Italian villa for help, they are blocked by their intended grooms, and a darkly comedic fracas ensues. This extravagant group nuptial turns into an extreme battle of the sexes.
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