Visual artist Corey Damon Black will debut his first unique exhibition featuring his own personal works with a preview on Friday, June 8 from 7-10 p.m., and open to the public June 9-15 from 12-7 p.m.
Above: Tiona Nekkia McClodden. Photo by Texas Issaiah via Bard College The Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard) and the Human Rights Project at Bard College are pleased to announce that Tiona Nekkia McClodden has been selected as the fifth recipient of the Keith Haring Fellowship in Art and Activism.
President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have entered into a multi-year agreement to produce films and series with Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service.
San Juan Island National Historical Park and satellite venues in Seattle, Washington Participating artists include: Dan Attoe, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Paul Stephen Benjamin, Gretchen Frances Bennett, Matthew Brannon, Cat Clifford, Jasper Johns, Brian Jungen, Eyvind Kang, Duane Linklater, Lynne McCabe, Jeffry Mitchell, Lavar Munroe, Jenny Perlin, Pope L., Adrian Piper, R.H.
The Queens Museum is pleased to announce its third QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists in New York City. Two visual artists will receive 20,000 USD each, professional development consultations, and close mentorship from QM staff members working toward an artist’s project.
Above: 2018 YoungArts Winner in Voice Isabel Vera performing at Miami Theater Center. Photo by Jason Koerner. “The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) was established by Lin and Ted Arison to identify and nurture the most accomplished young artists in the visual, literary, design and performing arts, and to assist them at a critical juncture in their educational and professional development.” “YoungArts has several award programs for artists ages 15-18 or in grads 10-12 from across the US.
Above: Students attending a Freedom School, Mississippi, 1964. Photo: Ken Thompson. For the New Museum’s annual summer art and social justice residency and exhibition, the Black School (Joseph Cuillier and Shani Peters) and Kameelah Janan Rasheed explore the past and future of black critical pedagogies.
Morton Fine Art, a gallery that is off to the side of the U Street Corridor in Washington D.C., fills in a niche for vibrant artists of color that are pushing boundaries and expectations on art and its potential.
Above: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, #Negrophobia. Photo: Ian Douglas. These places of possibility within ourselves are dark because they are ancient and hidden;