This fall, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design will open 30 Americans, a wide-ranging survey exhibition of works by many of the most important African-American contemporary artists of the last three decades. By bringing seminal artistic figures together with younger and emerging artists, the exhibition explores artistic influence across generations and sheds light [...]
from the 1890s to the Present
Extraordinary Photography Exhibition at the Newark Museum
from February 2 through April 28, 2011
NEWARK: Posing Beauty: African-American Images from the 1890s to the Present, a photography exhibition that explores the ways in which African and African- American beauty has been represented in the media historically and in contemporary times, opens at [...]
As NY1 continues its celebration of black art during Black History Month, we turn our attention to the work of a 95-year-old artist who continues to fight for justice and honor. NY1’s Dean Meminger filed the following report.
Follow the link here for a video with Xaviera Simmons, Elizabeth Catlett, etc.
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Syracuse University’s Office of the Performing Arts Presenter and Art and Civic Dialog present
The Venus Project, An Open Rehearsal of Music, Song and Visual Projections
by Composer Philip Miller and Artist Carrie Mae Weems joined by Director, Talvin Wilks, Author Rachel Holmes and the Syracuse Opera Resident Artists
Friday 10-1 p.m.
Saturday 12-1:30 p.m.
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