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WHERE BLACK IS BROWN until September, 2016 a the Museum of African American Art in Los Angeles

Where Black Is Brown is an exhibition at the Museum of African American Art in Los Angeles featuring artifacts, installations and photographs on the African presence in Mexico. Exhibition Curator, Dr. Toni-Mokjaeti Humber stated that, "Recognition of an African root in the Mexican heritage, both ancient and modern, has been rendered…

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Mark Bradford's Hirshorn Commission -- Unveiling in November, 2017

Mark Bradford to Unveil Largest Work in November, 2017.  

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African-American Music Appreciation (2016) -- playlist update

President Barack Obama proclaims June, 2016 as African-American Music Appreciation Month. The President's Proclamation calls upon "public officials, educators and all people of…

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MODERN HEROICS at the Newark Museum until January 6, 2017

Modern Heroics presents African-American art works from the Newark Museum's permanent collection.  The Newark Museum website mentions that "this unique exhibition features 34 paintings and sculptural works with an emphasis on storytelling and expressive imagery.…

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Frederick Douglass Photographic Exhibit at the Museum of African American History in Boston until July 31, 2017

The Museum of African American History in Boston features photographs of famed abolitionist, Frederick Douglass until 2017.   L’Merchie Frazier, Director of Interpretation and Education is quoted in Boston Magazine as…

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King Memorial MARTA station Rise Above mural by Fahamu Pecou



En Route Announces the Completion of King Memorial Mural

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The SCAD Museum of Art presents “A Kind of Confession,” the first Southeast solo exhibition by artist Jeffrey Gibson

The SCAD Museum of Art presents “A Kind of Confession,” 

the first Southeast solo exhibition by artist Jeffrey Gibson




"A Kind of Confession” runs through October 23, 2016

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John Outterbridge: Rag Man Jul 1-Oct 16 at Aspen Art Museum

Raised in a community steeped in creativity as a part of everyday life and characterized by a strong ethos to save and recycle, artist John Outterbridge has been making sculpture from found and discarded materials and debris—including rags,…
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Welder Needed for $50,000 Art commission!

If you or know of someone that is a welder, please contact me to collaborate on a book shelf design project with the Free Library of Philadelphia. I will submit the following design by 5pm Eastern time today as I look forward to working with a welder who can fabricate the design in sheet metal below. All travel expenses will be covered for the project if traveling is needed. Thank you for your help!…

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ART IN THE GARDEN ... COMMUNITY ARTS CELEBRATION ... INDIANAPOLIS, IN:



     ART IN THE GARDEN 2016     

Presented by WE…

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Samella Lewis: An American Art Icon at Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

Samella Lewis: An American Art Icon

April 28 - September 18, 2016

How does one earn the title “American Art Icon?” To achieve such an honor, we have only to look at the life and accomplishments of Samella Lewis, Ph.D., whose influence on African American art and culture has been so immense that her impact is yet to be determined.…

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Tubman Museum Launches a Campaign to Finance Sculpture of Harriet Tubman

 

“It’s All About The Tubmans”

Tubman Museum Launches a $20 Fundraising Campaign

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MoMA 12 Month Paid Internship in the Department of Media and Performance Art

Work with MoMA curators and educators and gain experience in the museum field.

On behalf of Eric J. Barkley and Marquita Pool-Eckert, I am delighted to announce that the Friends FY17 sponsored 12-month paid internship will once again be in MoMA's…

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48 Years of Art at The Studio Museum in Harlem

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The Fabric of Emancipation on exhibit at New York's oldest historic house

For Immediate Release

Media Contact: Michelle Bishop 

Company: Harlem Needle Arts

Telephone: 212-491-8581

Email:…

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Detroit Institute of Arts acquires two works by contemporary African American artists

Detroit Institute of Arts acquires two works by contemporary African American artists

Photograph by Hank Willis Thomas and painting by Stefanie Jackson now on view

 

May 19, 2016 (Detroit)—The Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) recently…

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AFROPUNK Events in Atlanta, Philly, Paris & Brooklyn!

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Spring 2016 Tim Okamura Studios

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