SWANN GALLERIES’ OCTOBER 6 AUCTION OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN FINE ART OFFERS M– USEUM QUALITY WORKS BY IMPORTANT ARTISTS
Swann Galleries’ autumn auction of African-American Fine Art on October 6 features many exciting discoveries—significant works by important artists that were previously unrecorded or never exhibited.
Bedrock is an exciting family production, enlightening audiences to the philosophy of a “quality life”. This captivating theatre performance is made up of six short stories, created by each cast member and magically woven together in English, IsiXhosa and Afrikaans to entertain both young and old audiences .
This latest installment is directed by Denis Dortch.
After its highly successful and widely acclaimed debut in 2010, where a total of more than 20,000 visitors saw the first set of nine exhibitions, AACDD – African &
Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity African Identities in Textiles and Art (University Library) Los Angeles African- American Quilters of Los Angeles:
The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s Centre for Creative Arts and its celebrated annual contemporary dance platform, JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience, invites dance-lovers to explore this year’s 11 day festival which opens on 31 August and runs until 11 September.
If you are in New York, Go to BAM’s Next Wave Festival for Company Thor’s To the Ones I Love. The festival runs from September 29 to October 1st.
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) and African Film Festival,Inc. (AFF) proudly celebrate the 12th Annual KIDflix Film Fest of Bed-Stuy this August!
Book Review by Randall Kennedy -Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness: What It Means to Be Black Now by Toure
Cultural critic, Rolling Stone contributing writer and coresspondant for MSNBC in U.S. Toure explores the philosophy of Post Blackness in his latest book “
Chicago, IL (BlackNews.com) — Photographer, Ray Baker, and collage and acrylic artist, Rain Wilson, are staging an extraordinary two artist show in Chicago on the Friday of Labor Day weekend.
Here at Sugarcane, we are big fans of Myasho. That’s why our London town peeps are lucky to have the Myasho Pop Up shop in Notting Hill.
Thanks to your support, this series can continue past the 6 promised episodes!