Join Hammonds House Digital for An Evening with jessica Care moore. She will read poetry from her new book, We Want Our Bodies Back, and engage in conversation with Hammonds House Executive Director Leatrice Ellzy Wright on Friday, May 29 at 7 pm.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the annual Arts Advocacy Day in Washington, DC set for today, March 31, was canceled earlier this month.
Countdown Begins to Fort Lauderdale’s Premier Caribbean Food Festival – “The Taste the Islands Experience”
Above: L-R: Daniel Abbott, Tyrone Robertson, Calibe Thompson, Hugh “Chef Irie” Sinclair, and David I. Muir | Photography by RJ Deed Dozens of South Florida’s mainstream and Caribbean media were hosted on the grounds of History Fort Lauderdale on April 3rd, for the official media launch of The Taste the Islands Experience (#TTIX2019) event weekend.
Executive Director And Chief Curator, Gia M. Hamilton, To Lead New Orleans African American Museum of Art, History and, Culture (NOAAM) In Historic Treme, New Orleans
Above: Gia Hamilton by Jeremy Tauriac The New Orleans African American Museum of Art, History, and Culture (NOAAM) is delighted to announce the appointment of New Orleans Native and Treme resident Gia M.
December 6th marked an important day for Senegal and the African diaspora, as the Musée Civilisations Noires ( Museum of Black Civilization or MCN) opened to the world with sacred African artifacts and world-class Black art.
Above: serpentwithfeet, “soil,” album cover art, 2018. This essay is the third chapter of the series, “Pageants of Grief: Handling Loss in the works of Donald Glover, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko &
Pageants of Grief: Handling Loss in the works of Donald Glover, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko & serpentwithfeet by Adam Patterson
Sometimes is not a good thing to cry too long. My man is dead yes. But not all the crying in the world going to bring him back.
As indicated by the title Affective Affinities—inspired by the novel Elective Affinities (1809), by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and by the thesis On the affective nature of form in the work of art (1949), by Mário Pedrosa—the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo, curated by Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, aims to promote the individual and attentive interaction between the visitor and the artworks instead of a single thematic framework.