ARTIST CALL FOR PUBLIC SCULPTURE
Virginia Union University
The University seeks the permanent installation of an outdoor sculpture on the campus located at 1500 North Lombardy Street in Richmond, Virginia in order to commemorate its 150th anniversary in 2015. The sculpture must highlight significant events in the University’s history, as well as…Continue
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7′ x 3′ x 3′
Washington DC – After a constitutional amendment signed by President Obama and five years of lobbying by…
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“This exhibit takes you on a color journey. I invite you to consider color… how colors relate to and interact with each other.”
Exhibit Opening Reception
Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 6PM
348 Depot Street / Asheville, NC 28801 / River Arts District
(828) 225-3497 / thejunctionAVL@gmail.com…Continue
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E Gallery cordially invites you to our official Grand Opening Soirée. Join us as we celebrate with lovely artwork, exclusive red carpet access, live entertainment and delightful refreshments.
*Featuring various SONYArtists and local artists with international acclaim.
The Festivities begin with:
6pm Cocktail hour
7pm Live Band set
8pm Clinton Hill's own, DJ Deffrei Enfermera
Summer Chic Attire encouraged. Donations welcomed.…
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The hit online show, The Book Look, opens up with Mayor Cory Booker, catches up with Daniel Black and Twelve Gates to the City, and covers the anthology and new movement, Steamfunk! Host Monda Webb and contributors Charisse Carney-Nunes and Kwame Alexander keep the pages turning while Najee Dorsey talks Art by the Book.
Join the Book Look group here on BAIA …Continue
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"I would unite with anybody to do right; and with nobody to do wrong."
-Frederick Douglass, 1855
Frederick Douglass- icon, hero, visionary.
He rose up from slavery and became a powerful orator and writer. He was a forceful…Continue
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the Black Lotus Gallery announces open call for artists to participate in the exhibition,
“FRONTIERS”, August 31 to September 30, 2013
The theme of the exhibition is “FRONTIERS”
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OUTSIDE the SYSTEM
Maurice Burns with Billy Soza…Continue
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2013 Lifetime Achievement Awards Gala
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I love painting Serena Williams because the combination of her strength and grace make her such a wonderful art subject. She was no less beautiful in her woman-handling of her competitor -- and future Ponderart subject -- Maria Sharapova at the French Open yesterday. Undoubtedly Serena has become more skilled and focused than when I originally started painting her over 10 years ago.
In addition to Serena's continued grace,…Continue
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Please join us in celebrating the life, legacy, and message of Malcolm X for the last week of the exhibition. June 28 and June 29th will consist of a panel discussion and documentary viewing. Thank you for your support!
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“Price Point is aptly named- the price that you pay for the point of the production is a relative measure of your own understanding and experience of economy and society against the show’s melodically intertwined stories, monologues, poems, media and all points in between. The show is punctuated by definitions of economic terms that become open portals through which the explorations of our financial and cultural climate take place. You can’t pin down the attitudes or emotions…
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"Do black arts festivals have a future? Tired programming, budget woes, and inconsistent leadership have plagued Atlanta's National Black Arts Festival. Can the once-revered event bounce back?" -Cinque Hicks, art critic for…Continue
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May I have some ideas on how to exhibit digital images; what type of software/hardware that is most economic? Thanks.
MARKET WATCH: African American Art
For collectors of Harlem Renaissance art, the marketplace has moved about four miles downtown, where collectors are aggressively pursuing good quality works by African American artists.
This fall in New York, Swann Galleries offered a strong collection of works by Romare Bearden, Lois Mailou Jones, Charles Henry Alston, Elizabeth Catlett, among others.
Included in the…Continue
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