This was within the comment posted today to this post—I can’t believe it:
Peggy Cooper Cafritz’s mansion, on the 3000 block of Chain Bridge Road NW, was consumed last night by a massive fire, destroying much of her magnificent art collection. She was away in Nantucket at the time; neighbors rescued her pets. And, yet again, [...]
ARTISTS OF COLOR!
Join us in Watts on Sunday, August 16th for
“A GREAT DAY IN WATTS”
an event to photograph a show of unity amongst all artists of color.
On August 16th we will create a photographic document in the tradition of a “Great Day in Harlem”, the photograph taken by Bert Stern in the 50’s [...]
My regular update starts off with sad news as many may now know of the passing of Ayanna Black this week Tuesday. A co-founder of Tiger Lily journal – the first literary pubication for women of colour in Canada – as well as CAN:BAIA (Canadian Artists’ Network: Black Artists in Action) from the early ’90s, [...]
From the Baltimore Sun
http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/bal-al.ten-pg,0,4913018.photogallery?index= (Image 10 of 10)
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(Handout photo / July 27, 2009)
‘The Beauty of Now’ by Freelon Asante
This is one of your last weeks to catch an eclectic new show at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. A former instructor at Morgan and [...]
The thirteenth installment of Gestures: An Exhibition of Small Site-Specific Works opens with a public reception on July 24, 2009 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. $10 (MF Members and CMU Students FREE w/ I.D.)
The exhibition, showing in the Mattress Factory’s Gallery at 1414 Monterey Street, is guest-curated by Katherine Talcott and features artists Stephanie [...]