The 2016 Dak’Art Biennale announced the artist roster this week for the international exposition. Here is a sneak peak of the not only the artists but a few pieces by some of the chosen creatives.
The Matrix Theatre Company honors Black History Month with the Los Angeles premiere of The Mountaintop, directed by Obie Award-winner Roger Guenveur Smith and starring Larry Bates and Danielle Truitt.
American playwrights Lynn Nottage and Suzan-Lori Parks are finalists for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Ms. Nottage submitted her piece “Sweat”
There is nothing more precious and beautiful to witness as Black love. That is why the virtual exhibit from Chicago’s DuSable Museum of African American History’s Geoffrey and Carmen:
The Sundance Film Festival is one of the preeminent film festivals in the world. Known for cutting edge films, Sundance is the platform for new motion pictures that mainstream cinema studios run to for new and exciting projects.
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) announces the upcoming exhibition Betye Saar: Still Tickin’—the artist’s first solo show in an American museum in five years.
A major solo exhibition by the Los Angeles-based artist Rodney McMillian—his first in a New York City museum—will fill the main gallery of The Studio Museum in Harlem when the spring exhibition season begins on March 24, 2016.
Last year, it was quite common to hear people discuss their goals to make 2016 an epic year. Well, for those of you that want to increase the culture in your life, we have a new feature that brings you culture from all over this great, big, African diaspora.
Viewers will take a journey of hope as the public television series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Exchange returns for its eighth season on WORLD Channel this winter.