Sugarcane Magazine is a Black art and culture media company. The Black aesthetic is the most recognized in the world and influences every corner of humanity. With the rise in popularity of Black visual art along with music, dance, design, and literature, Sugarcane Magazine controls the cultural currency of Black people. We connect thousands of readers globally with the world’s leading visual and performing artists, with a focus on making the most popular and imitated style accessible. Started in 2006 by Melissa Hunter, our founder saw the opportunity for media that focuses on the visual and performing arts from Africa and the African diaspora. Today, her vision includes a print publication, video, social media, and our website.