Above: the language must not seat|Shikeith|2018 This week in Black art, the Whitney Museum of American Art opens digital discourse on Black art in this moment of increased activism, and commissions grace the covers of Vogue and Vanity Fair.
Above: André Fuqua, “Seal,” 2018. Steel, wood, 42 x 75 x 6 in., 50 lbs. Image courtesy of artist The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) New Orleans announced its 2020-2021 Fall season and the reopening of its galleries with the landmark exhibition, Make America What America Must Become, featuring the work of 35 regional artists from the Gulf South states of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana —
WhiteBox Harlem in collaboration with FEMILIA will be celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and its Full Electoral Power. Presenting a digital and IRL performance program unfolding between Hispanic Heritage Month in October through the US election in November, the event will be live streamed and archived during a month long event series featuring femme identifying Latinx creative leaders across media.
Above: Artist rendering of Island SPACE Caribbean Museum, opening late 2020 at Westfield Broward Mall. Island SPACE Caribbean Museum is the property of Island SPACE—a nonprofit organization whose mission is to facilitate the creation of artistic, cultural, and socially conscious initiatives that educate the public about the valuable contributions and positive significance of the Caribbean community.
Sugarcane Magazine, the Black art and Culture platform of note is excited to bring on Light Work Season one, a podcast focused on Black art.
Little Haiti Cultural Complex: The center of artistic life in historic Miami neighborhood by Jonel Juste
from ArtburstMiami.com You know you’ve reached Little Haiti when you see the bright-yellow facade of the impressive, gingerbread-style Caribbean Marketplace building at the corner of Northeast Second Avenue and 59th Terrace.
Every industry has been affected by the coronavirus with virtual conference consultants working overtime trying to ensure that businesses and production companies can still have their annual events or conferences, just online rather than at a physical location.
Above: Johanne Rahaman. Photo by Maggie Steber Documentary photographer Johanne Rahaman has traveled the state of Florida in search of the persistence of Black presence;
Shop LC is a proud sponsor of The Color of Fashion, a virtual panel organized by HERdacity. This event is aimed at highlighting Black voices as it confronts issues of representation, diversity, and inclusion in the fashion industry.
Threewalls, a Black-led non-profit organization providing support and visibility for ALAANA (African, Latinx, Asian, Arab, Native American) contemporary visual artists in Chicago, today announced the 2020 recipients of the RaD Lab+Outside the Walls fellowship.