Shop LC is a proud sponsor of The Color of Fashion, a virtual panel organized by HERdacity. This event is aimed at highlighting Black voices as it confronts issues of representation, diversity, and inclusion in the fashion industry.
Threewalls, a Black-led non-profit organization providing support and visibility for ALAANA (African, Latinx, Asian, Arab, Native American) contemporary visual artists in Chicago, today announced the 2020 recipients of the RaD Lab+Outside the Walls fellowship.
COVID-19: The Bigger Picture combines a global photography award with news coverage to document how the crisis is deepening global inequalities
The Thomson Reuters Foundation has partnered with Omidyar Network to highlight the far-reaching and devastating repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis on the lives and livelihoods of millions of people.
Acclaimed Actress, Director and Acting Coach Tasha Smith Expands Her TSAW Actors Workshop With Online Classes
Tasha Smith has had an accomplished and varied career in entertainment. Whether she is tackling a plethora of fan-favorite acting roles, crafting stories from behind the camera as a director or supporting other artists through the Tasha Smith Actor’s Workshop (TSAW,) Tasha’s impact on Hollywood runs deep.
Above: Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Walt Disney Studios/YouTube In 2013’s “Picasso Baby,” Jay-Z proclaims, “It ain’t hard to tell I’m the new Jean Michel.”
Above: Beyoncé Knowles Carter, Photo courtesy of Parkwood Entertainment, Disney+. Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has done it again. By “it,” I mean everything I didn’t even know I needed right now.
Legend has it that the Statue of Liberty was supposed to be a sister. I like to imagine that sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi would have chuckled at the brutal irony of his commission.
On Thursday, July 30, at 2 p.m. CT, American Library Association (ALA) President Julius C. Jefferson, Jr., will pay a virtual visit to the John Brown Watson Memorial Library at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, where he will discuss how libraries at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) shape leaders within their communities.
Above: King Debs, Ritual Dance 001. Courtesy of the artist. arebyte Gallery and The National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo are pleased to announce POWERPLAY, a group exhibition featuring artists working within digital media, moving image and technology.