This Week in Black Art and Cultured is sponsored by The Children’s Trust This week in Black art and culture, Ralph Lauren has teamed with graduates of historically Black colleges Morehouse and Spelman to create a limited-edition collection.
Eric Firestone Gallery is pleased to announce “Paul Waters: In the Beginning, Paintings from the 1960s and 70s.” The exhibition opens Friday February 4, and will be on view through March 26, 2022.
Above: Helina Metaferia, Headdress 342022, mixed media collage, 42 x42 inches- framed (approx). Image courtesy the artist. Praise Shadows Art Gallery is pleased to announce the solo exhibition, All Put Together, by Helina Metaferia.
Sean Horton (Presents) is pleased to announce Beyond the Mountains — the New York solo debut of Madjeen Isaac. The exhibition is a tender offering of utopian urban living.
Above:Rita Cole’s Charlotte (second from left) makes a point in GableStage’s production of “The White Card.” (Photo/Magnus Stark) By Christine Dolen Claudia Rankine’s “The White Card” opened at GableStage on Feb.
The family of Jean-Michel Basquiat has announced that tickets for Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure© are on sale . Tickets can be purchased at the exhibition website, https://kingpleasure.basquiat.com/.
Above: Tasha Cobb Leonard The specialty footwear and lifestyle chain, The Athlete’s Foot (TAF) announced GRAMMY-winning gospel artist turned entrepreneur, Tasha Cobbs Leonard as the first female recipient of TAF USA’s new signature program, StAART which stands for Strategic African American Retail Track.
This week in African Art and Culture:William Kentridge, Controversial NamibianPavillion at the Venice Biennale, Will Smith and David Oyewole to Produce Netflix Adaptation of Nigerian Novel and More
This week in African art and culture, we contemplate an ongoing, stunning performance in London by South African artist William Kentridge.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: The Smithsonian Returns Benin Bronzes, London’s National Portrait Gallery and More
This Week in Black Art and Cultured is sponsored by The Children’s Trust This week in Black art and culture, The Smithsonian Institution said it would return the majority of its Benin Bronzes collection to Nigeria.
This Week in Black Art: James Earl Jones Gets a Thearer Named in His Honor, New Black Arts Executives, and more
This Week in Black Art and Cultured is sponsored by The Children’s Trust This week in Black art and culture, a new edition of For Colored Girls is to be published ahead of the show’s revival.
In his performance of “Caldonia”—also the name of a Black woman character with, according to the song lyrics,“big feet”and a“hardhead”— saxophonist and singer Louis Jordan hits a high note that may be most appropriately described as a blue note.
IN APRIL 2022 SCRIBNER WILL REISSUE for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf by Ntozake Shange
Tony Nominee Camille A. Brown, Director/Choreographer of the upcoming Broadway Revival Returning to the Broadway’s Booth Theatre April 1 Scribner is delighted to announce the April 2022 reissue of the award-winning play for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enufby Ntozake Shange, in celebration of its upcoming Broadway revival helmed by Tony-nominated choreographer and director, Camille A.
OPA-LOCKA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COPORATION PRESENTS EXHIBITION THAT TURNS THE LENS ONTO THE SUBTELTY AND COMPLEXITY OF AFRICAN ART
Above: Ouattara Watts. b. 1957. Ivory Coast. Oliranos, Pastel on paper, 26 x 40 inch, Gift of William R. Karg The Opa-locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC) is thrilled to present a brand-new exhibition Beyond Tradition:
This week in African art and culture brings news of a bold but laudable project launched by one of the world’s most renowned African artists.
The 2022 edition of Art Basel this June will bring together 289 leading international galleries to present the highest quality artworks across all media – from painting and sculpture to photography and digital works – by artists ranging from early 20th-century Modern pioneers to cutting-edge contemporary practitioners.
This week in African art and culture, a not-for-sale group exhibition opens, featuring some of the most prestigious artists on the continent.
This Week in Black Art and Culture: Black Designers at NYFW, New York Afrofuturism Festivals in New York City, Black Museums Campaign for Financial Support
This week in Black art and culture, During New York Fashion Week, the Fashion Minority Alliance, Color Of Change and UPS showcase three Emerging Black Designers.
Related Urban, the affordable housing arm of industry-leading developer Related Group, in partnership with The Black Archives, The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau and Art Forever Miami, is pleased to announce Soul of Miami, a new initiative dedicated to highlighting Black lives, culture and the contributions of the Black community across Miami.
State of Black Philanthropy 2022 uplifts the rich legacy of Black generosity and leadership in Miami
The Miami Foundation, one of the largest philanthropic institutions in Greater Miami, invites the whole community to virtually attend the seventh annual State of Black Philanthropy, Wednesday, February 23, 2022 at 6 p.m.