The recent onslaught across the country of violence and brutality against Black people have left many African Americans feeling they are suffocating.
2ND Annual NOW AFRICA Playwrights Festival at NYU Showcases Classic and Contemporary Plays from Throughout the African Continent, October 22-24, 2016
In cooperation with the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Center for Art & Public Policy, the Tisch Institute of Performing Arts at NYU, the Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue at NYU (Anna Deavere Smith, Founding Director), and Dr.
The 10th Black International Film Festival (BIFF) is delighted to announce its programme of live screenings and events in Birmingham, UK from 24–29 October 2016.
Lyons Wier Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition, #BLACKMATTERLIVES by Fahamu Pecou. #BLACKMATTERLIVES is the culmination of Fahamu’s four consecutive museum shows, including “Do or Die,”
NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will present the first U.S. solo museum exhibition of London-based, Malawian artist Samson Kambalu. Featuring 12 of the artist’s recent films, Samson Kambalu:
Closing out a wildly successful run of some of the world’s most prestigious film festivals such as Sundance, Toronto International (TIFF), Sheffield Doc Fest and over 30 others, the award-winning short documentary Papa Machete will finally be available for free online this Thursday, September 15, 2016 as a Staff Pick on Vimeo at this link https://vimeo.com/182706453 .
Two days after South Africa (SA) marks a decade since the introduction of the Civil Union Bill in the National Assembly, South African photographer Zanele Muholi will celebrate her own 10-year milestone, documenting black lesbians and transgender individuals from SA and beyond.
A slate of groundbreaking Caribbean films along with a line-up of adventurous musicians, artists and DJs will introduce Miami audiences to the cutting edge of the Caribbean at the inaugural Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival, taking place from Thursday, September 29 to Sunday, October 2.
Art Basel today announced the gallery list for its 2016 show in Miami Beach, comprising 269 leading international galleries, drawn from 29 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.
By Dudley Alexis For so many of us, people of African descent living in the United States, Black Lives Matter is less than one degree of separation.