This Week in Black Art: CFDA and Vogue Announce 2022 Finalists, New Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Queens Museum and more
This Week in Black Art and Culture is sponsored by The Children’s Trust The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts names Stacey Johnson chief financial officer and Aswathi Zachariah general counsel.
Music as Resistance – Reviving Haiti’s Rebel Radio Station with Haitian American Songstress Leyla McCalla
Live Arts Miami (LAM) is proud to present singer/songwriter Leyla McCalla in the Florida premiere of Breaking the Thermometer to Hide the Fever, a new multidisciplinary work co-commissioned by Live Arts Miami, debuting on Friday, May 6, at the Miami Theater Center.
Submission Deadline Extended! Scripts for Our Voices, Our Time: One-Act Play Festival Now Due May 15
The script submission deadline has been extended for the Our Voices, Our Time: One-Act Play Festival, a collaboration between Penn Live Arts (PLA) and its 2022-23 season artist-in-residence, the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC).
Hammonds House Museum’s 2022 season is anchored in the idea of Pursuit. Defined as “the action of following or pursuing someone or something,” pursuit takes shape and manifests in different ways.
“Being from the Caribbean, music is everywhere, but there are a lot of families that play music, and I’m lucky enough to be from one of them. ” Etienne Charles Talks About Music Ahead of his Miami Performance
On Friday, April 29, take the opportunity to spend the evening with acclaimed jazz trumpeter Etienne Charles and his Creole soul band at Miami’s Historic Lyric Theater.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: XSet acquires Astoic Management and names Lonnie Anthony Chief Innovation Officer, Nina Chanel Abney Jordans and more
<em><strong>This Week in Black Art and Culture is sponsored by <a href=”https://www.actorsplayhouse.org/young-talent-big-dreams-2022/”>The Children’s Trust</a></strong></em> Above:Air Jordan x Nina Chanel Abney | Photo:
For her debut exhibition with the gallery, Cassi Namoda (b. 1988, Maputo, Mozambique) presents a new series of paintings that were created in Cape Town, South Africa and in East Hampton, New York, where she currently lives and works.
Above: The sabre of Omar Tall is returned to Senegal by France in a restitution ceremony (Photo credit: © Cineteve) A unique art-history saga is coming to U.S.
This week in African art and culture, a celebrated Nigerian American artist known for his vibrant, colorful portraitures (including that of past United States President Barack Obama) this weekend gets to unveil new works at the Venice Biennale.