As July slowly gives way to August, Back To School Season has unofficially begun with its trademark department store commercials (even calling on your kids’ favorite comic book superheroes to inspire their clothing and school supply choices).
Above: Gerard Caliste “Untitled” mixed media on paper 60 x 42 in. © 2017 Currently, artist-in-residence with Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator (DVCAI), Gerard Caliste, was born in New Orleans Louisiana and now lives and works in Houston, Texas.
Above: Photo by Lungi Dladla, Muntu’s Funeral A group exhibition featuring the work of six South African activists and artists will open at No Man’s Art Gallery from 3-27 August 2017 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Above: Graffiti Artist Chaka Malik. DiWulf Publishing House is very excited to announce the October 31st release of the debut book from author Freddy Alva, Urban Styles:
Historic Harlem Theater Partners with Hi-ARTS for the World Premiere of Powerful One-Woman Multimedia Play About the Prison-Industrial Complex
NEW YORK (July 25, 2017)—Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre (NBT) has joined forces with Hi-ARTS for the world premiere of The Peculiar Patriot.
Above: Cynthia Erivo The American Theatre Wing (Heather Hitchens, President) is pleased to announce new appointments to its Board of Trustees and Advisory Committee:
Above: View of the exhibit Spots, Dots, Pips, Tiles: An Exhibition About Dominoes curated by Maria Elena Ortiz. By Onajide Shabaka Miami and south Florida in general, where people take playing dominoes very seriously, dominoes can be thought of playing an Olympic sport.
Above: Fly Away by Rashid Johnson Hail We Now Sing Joy, on view at the Milwaukee Art Museum shows new paintings and sculptures from Chicago-born artist Rashid Johnson.
With exactly six months until Day One of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Institute today detailed a standalone Episodic section, the return of ‘The New Climate’ strand of environmental work and a new award.