Virtual Art Salon with Jomo Tariku

This Virtual Art Salon is free of charge and welcomes all artists, art students, educators, and enthusiasts. Jomo Tariku will present his work in conversation with Vice President of Artistic Affairs, Artistic Director of Photography and New Media; Chair of The Center, Andrea Jenkins Wallace. We invite you to join us via Zoom!

Please contact Leah Aegerter, Digital Fabrication Lab Technician, at laegerter@andersonranch.org for more information.

Jomo Tariku is an Ethiopian American artist and industrial designer who is at the forefront of the new frontier known as modern African design. In 2017, he founded his acclaimed namesake furniture collection that has been featured in Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, Interior Design and more. Influenced by the diverse art, souvenirs, and furniture his family collected during their travels across Africa and beyond, Jomo is constantly exploring ways to convey harmony, heritage, and humanity through his craft. His mesmerizing designs breathe warmth and vitality into our living spaces, and are intended to become heirloom pieces that can be celebrated and enjoyed for generations to come.


Jomo Tariku, Dogon Stool/End Table

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May 4, 2021 4PM-5PM MST

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