Delou Africa is a non-profit organization that provides the most authentic African dance and musical performances in South Florida. This year marks 35 years of the organization displaying and teaching local African dance and drum.
Above: Odinakachi Okoroafor | The Land is Green | acrylic on canvas | 2022 This Week in African Art and Culture explores various diverse stories across the visual art and literary space.
Today Frieze revealed the names of the participating galleries of Frieze London and Frieze Masters, which will take place from October 12 to 16 in The Regent’s Park, London.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: Plagiarizing a Black Artist, Ain’t No Way comes to Broadway, Lanisa Kitchiner at Toledo Institution
THIS WEEK IN BLACK ART AND CULTURE IS SPONSORED BY THE CHILDREN’S TRUST A TikTok member sparks a backlash over plagiarized Black Cowboy Paintings at the Guggenheim Bilbao.
ARTSPLIT, the pioneering art trading platform for African art, has announced its maiden MOCONA – a Modern and Contemporary Nigerian Arts Auction due to take place from 15 –
Christiansburg Institute, University Libraries collaborate to preserve Appalachian African American storytelling, history
The Christiansburg Institute now has the power to tell its rich, century-long story through its self-managed Christiansburg Institute Digital Archive thanks to a $251,052 Digitizing Hidden Collections:
LnS Gallery Announces “In the Company of Women: At Large” On View: July 15, 2022 – September 3, 2022
This summer, LnS Gallery will present a group exhibition, “In the Company of Women: At Large,” curated by Dainy Tapia of ArtSeen365.
Completely Reimagined and Reinstalled Collection Galleries Opening at the North Carolina Museum of Art
This October, the North Carolina Museum of Art will complete an ambitious reinstallation of its collection, featuring the presentation of five new thematic galleries, exploring portraiture and power, Egypt and Africa, the Americas, the art of conservation, and a gallery connecting visual and performing arts.
The inaugural edition of Paris+ par Art Basel will bring together 156 leading French and international galleries to present exceptional artworks across all media – from painting and sculpture to photography and digital works.