This week in African art and culture, we bring you exciting news focused on the literary art scene that intriguingly shows its rapid, progressive growth on the continent in recent times.
This Week in Black Art: Designer Lamont “Tory” Stapleton Accuses Balenciaga of Stealing his Design, Prospect New Orleans Triennial is to be Organized by Ebony G. Patterson and Miranda Lash and more
This Week in Black Art and Culture is Sponsored by The Children’s Trust The Virgil Abloh award is created in collaboration with Harlem’s Fashion Row and LVMH.
This Week in Black art and Culture: Black Female Artists Accuse MMoCA of “Institutional Racial Violence”, Emma Amos Work Acquired by Detroit Museum and more
This Week in Black Art and Culture is sponsored by The Children’s Trust The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art is accused of multiple examples of racism as part of the 43rd Wisconsin Triennial.
THE PUBLIC THEATER AND ELEVATOR REPAIR SERVICE’S BALDWIN AND BUCKLEY AT CAMBRIDGE KICKS OFF THE PUBLIC’S 55TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON AT ASTOR PLACE
The Public Theater (Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director and Patrick Willingham, Executive Director) and Elevator Repair Service (John Collins, Artistic Director) will kick off The Public’s 55th anniversary season with the New York premiere production of BALDWIN AND BUCKLEY AT CAMBRIDGE conceived by Greig Sargeant with Elevator Repair Service and directed by Elevator Repair Service (ERS)’s Artistic Director John Collins.
CASTING ANNOUNCED FOR LORRAINE HANSBERRY’S HISTORIC PUBLIC THEATER DEBUT: NEW REVIVAL OF A RAISIN IN THE SUN
Cast includes Francois Battiste, Toussaint Battiste, John Clay III, Calvin Dutton, Mister Fitzgerald, Perri Gaffney, Skyler Gallun, Paige Gilbert, Mandi Masden, Camden McKinnon, Jesse Pennington, Tonya Pinkins, and N’yomi Stewart The Public Theater (Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director and Patrick Willingham, Executive Director) announced casting today for the upcoming revival of A RAISIN IN THE SUN written by Lorraine Hansberry and directed by Tony Award nominee Robert O’Hara.
RIAA HONORS: PIONEERS OF HIP-HOP CELEBRATES GRANDMASTER FLASH, MC LYTE, JEFF HARLESTON & CHAIRMAN HAKEEM JEFFRIES
In the heart of the nation’s capital on September 14, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) will recognize artists, label executives and policymakers who impact American music, culture and society.
This Week in African Art and Culture features events across the contemporary art and literary scene. In Lagos, Nigeria, an exhibition exploring life in low-income areas is on view.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: Solange X The New York City Ballet, Howard University x Nike, and more
This Week in Black Art and Culte is sponsored by The Children’s Trust A Pittsburgh community hosts the opening ceremony for the August Wilson House.
This Week in African Art and Culture (August 7-13, 2022): Chale Wote, Biyi Bandele Passes Away and more
This Week in African Art and Culture (August 7-13, 2022) This Week in African Art and Culture brings stories from Ghana, Senegal, South Africa and Nigeria.