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.
This Week in African Art and Culture (August 29 – September 4, 2021) New African Show on Netflix, Serge Attukwei Clottey at Gallery 1957 and more
This week in African art and culture, we find a stellar opportunity offered by one of Africa’s most renowned contemporary art museums in collaboration with a university, for a one-year fellowship with them.
This Week in Black Art: Black Women Smash the Box Office, Harvard Eliminates Images of Slavery, Destination Crenshaw Commissions 100 Artists
This week in Black art and culture, Harvard Law School unveils a new seal that replaces the previous crest with links to slavery.
This week in African art and culture, Nigeria’s art scene is brimming with activity. Affinity Art Gallery and Undiscovered Canvas are collaborating to present an exhibition in Lagos featuring two women artists, from Nigeria and South Africa, respectively.
Above: Black and Blue by Felandus Thames. Galerie Myrtis is pleased to announce European Cultural Centre has invited Galerie Myrtis to participate in the 2022 Venice Biennial Art exhibition “Personal Structures:
Mario Moore’s art exhibition entitled, Enshrined: Presence + Preservation is open to the public from June 3-Sept. 19, 2021 at the Charles Wright Museum of African History, Detroit.
Above: Ngaire Blankenberg This week in African art and culture, we learned that Ngaire Blankenberg has been appointed director of one of the world’s most renowned museums.
Above: MALIKE SIDIBE (B. 1997) Please Stop the Violence, 2020 39 x 49 in. C-print on Luster surface paper, printed 2021 Sheet:39x49in This work is number four from an edition of ten.
This Week in African Art and Culture. (July 11 – 17, 2021) Elvira Dyangani Ose Appointed Director in Barcelona
This week in African art and culture—one with teeming achievement and recognition for women working in the thriving art and culture scene: