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...When I got my degree, I was appalled at the brief coverage of "Black Art" and the Black Art Movement. The School that I went to is Internationally Based, but they are decidedly European in their orientation. It is no big surprise that they didn't refer to our artistic heritage as "important" or Influential, but by definition, our body of artists are all over the Map of Genre and style. Our protest works from the 60's are not seriously considered at all.
...Our work even in "BLACK"…Continue
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Tantra-zawadi is going to be here in Stanford Le Hope, Essex, UK to celebrate the Never Again Royal night alongside some of the best of UK women leaders in business, charity sector and many other professionals. It is all happening on 5 April 2014. We are all so excited. Please note that…Continue
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"African American Art and the American…Continue
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The NEW American Bluesman loves Black Art in America.
Some Tools 4 Artists.
Carry business cards at all times.
Call the press and request a foto story.
Call the feature editor, not the art critic.
Put you snail mail address on printed pieces.
Make generic post cards, put more than one image on them.
Show in a buyer's home some time.
Direct people to you exhibitions by postcard mail.
Stay in touch with people, by snail mail.
Read business books on selling.
Sell art futures to…Continue
S2E2 || Najee Dorsey || An exclusive tour of some of Atlanta’s famous arts institutions with the man behind Black Art In America, the largest social network for artists of color.
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On as recent trip to Little Rock, Arkansas, Crystal Bridges' curator Chad Alligood met Delita Martin, a young artist who captures and re-thinks images of African-American women in her work. Little Rock's complex and sometimes violent racial history, including the rocky desegregation of the city's schools under armed guard in 1957, serves as…
Chicago-born and New York City raised Robin Holder (b. 1952) has distinguished herself as an artist whose work seamlessly fuses leitmotifs of the personal and the universal. In large part, her innate ability…Continue
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Black Art In America™ extends a warm thank you to 21c Museum Hotel for being
Official Hotel Sponsor of the Bentonville Fine Art Show.…
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* * * * * * IN TRIBUTE TO WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH * * * * *
Salon 53, private art gallery of Freida L. Wheaton, opened its exhibition commemorating the 250th anniversary of the founding of the City of St. Louis on February 22, 2014. "…Continue
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The Smithsonian’s National African-American History Museum will take its place among the other national treasures on the National Mall.
As the progress of the Museum increases, so does our public exposure. On February 27th the NMAAHC and Lonnie Bunch were featured on NBC’s Today show. Lonnie discussed…Continue
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Emerging Artists of the Bay Area
March 8 - April 13
Opening Reception March 8, 5-7 p.m.
Panel Discussion with Juror Kenneth…
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