From Yanika Nukul’s post covering the opening reception of “Major Arcana: Witches in America” for Musée Magazine:

“Major Arcana: Witches in America” is a collection of portraits of women from across the United States who identify as witches. Each woman photographed for “Major Arcana” pursues a form of witchcraft, whether aligned with a religion (like Wicca or Voudou) or a self-defined practice. Many consider themselves pagan and engage in a diversity of traditions, including: mysticism, engagement with the occult, politically-oriented activism, polytheism, ritualized “spell-craft,” and plant-based healing.

View the entire post and photographs from the opening

View the exhibition of “Major Arcana: Witches in America” at ClampArt
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