Above: (L-r) AUNJANUE ELLIS as Oracene “Brandy” Williams, MIKAYLA BARTHOLOMEW as Tunde Price, WILL SMITH as Richard Williams, SANIYYA SIDNEY as Venus Williams, DEMI SINGLETON as Serena Williams and DANIELE LAWSON as Isha Price in Warner Bros.
The Fountainhead is thrilled to announce a $100,000 donation in honor of Jane Wesman, an accomplished publicist, art collector and philanthropist who has long supported the organization and its mission.
Museum professionals from across the Caribbean will virtually connect in early November to reflect on cultivating resiliency and what it means during a global health crisis.
Eight Nonfiction Films Combine Art, Science, Storytelling: Sundance Institute | Sandbox Fund Grantees
The nonprofit Sundance Institute and Sandbox Films today announced the 12 filmmakers and eight projects selected as the next cohort for support by the Sundance Institute | Sandbox Fund.
This week in Black Art and Culture: Phantom of the Opera Cast its First Black Christine, Not Much Black Fashion at Met Gala
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The Harlem Arts Stroll relaunches the second week of September with two editions: a Thursday After-Work Edition from 5pm to 8pm and a Saturday Edition from 1pm to 6pm featuring 9 Harlem Galleries and 2 coffee shops featuring as well as a special mural stop featuring the work of Paul Deo, all sponsored by Harlem based and businesses and nonprofits.
This Week in Black Art: Robert E. Lee Statue Removed, Michael K. Williams Passes, Howard Honors Chadwick Boseman
This week in Black art and culture, Ancestry.com has added the world’s most comprehensive digitized collection of Freedmen’s Bureau data. Theaster Gates and the Prada Group have teamed up to launch an experimental design lab for aspiring designers of color.
Breonna Taylor Portrait Featured in New Exhibition at National Museum of African American History and Culture
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) opens its latest exhibition, “Reckoning: Protest. Defiance. Resilience.,” in its newly redesigned Visual Art and the American Experience gallery Sept.
South African Filmmakers Tackle the Complexities of the American Dream in Netflix’s African America By April Dobbins
Above: Nompumelelo (Phumelele “Phumi” Mthembu) talks to Jaquan (Anthony Goss) (Photo Credit: Bonga Nkomo, Courtesy of AAA Entertainment) South African filmmakers Phumelele “Phumi” Mthembu and Muzi Mthembu are living the independent filmmaker’s dream.