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The Studio Museum in Harlem E-Newsletter | March 13, 2015

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No Matter What…Empire Matters

No Matter What…Empire Matters…

 

“There are few things more dreadful than dealing…

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Added by Black Art In America on March 12, 2015 at 8:30pm — 3 Comments

Social Media and The Art Police By Dr. Kamasi C. Hill

Social Media and The Art Police

Conversations about art have been around for a long time. Questions about what constitutes art, when does it cross the line, high art/low art, are on-going public and private discussions. With the advent of social media it seems as though the…

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African Americans in Full Color From Lonnie G. Bunch at The NMAAHC

NMAAHC -- National Museum of African American History and Culture

Lonnie Bunch, museum director, historian, lecturer, and author, is proud to present A Page from Our American Story, a regular on-line series for Museum supporters. It will showcase individuals and events in the African American experience, placing…

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Dandy Lion: (Re)Articulating Black Masculine Identity Apr 6 — Jul 12, 2015

Dandy Lion: (Re)Articulating Black Masculine Identity Apr 6 — Jul 12, 2015

  • Kia Chenelle, Greatness, 2013…


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Added by Black Art In America on February 22, 2015 at 12:00pm — 3 Comments

The Studio Museum in Harlem Newsletter | February 13, 2015

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Uche Uzorka: Meet The Artist - Lagos

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Robert L. Johnson Donates Selections From The Barnett-Aden Collection To The Smithsonian's National Museum Of African American History & Culture

Robert L. Johnson Donates Selections From The Barnett-Aden Collection To The Smithsonian's National Museum Of African American History & Culture

Privately Owned by Johnson, the Barnett-Aden Collection is one of the country's oldest collections of African American art

BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Robert L. Johnson, founder of The RLJ Companies and founder of…

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The Notebooks of Jean-Michel Basquiat Coming This June

Coming this June, the notebooks of Jean-Michel Basquiat…
 
The Notebooks
 
By Jean-Michel Basquiat; Edited by Larry Warsh
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Under The Bridge, Beyond The Beach And Above The Muck: The Art Of Purvis Young

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Image Detail: Untitled, mixed media…

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Duel of Duality by Najee Dorsey Benefiting The Crown and Gowns Project

We are proud to announce that Najee Dorsey recently joined the campaign to support Crown and Gowns Project: Empowering Black Girls. " I was inspired by the vision and wanted to find a unique way for me to be involved so I created…
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The Studio Museum in Harlem Newsletter | January 16, 2015

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2015 IS A BIG YEAR FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN ART IN PHILLY

2015 IS A BIG YEAR FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN ART IN PHILLY

Six Special Exhibitions Join The City’s Permanent African & African-American Art Collections

Represent: 200 Years of African-American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Bringing together more than 75 works from the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s extensive collection of art by African Americans, Represent:…

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art showcases its collection of African-American art like never before in REPRESENT

Henry Ossawa Tanner´s ´The Annunciation,´ purchased by the Art Museum in 1899, a year after it was painted.

Henry Ossawa Tanner's 'The Annunciation,' purchased by the Art Museum in 1899, a year after it was painted.



What the art museum's big African-American show represents…

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Rehema C. Barber Curates Venturing Out Of The Heart Of Darkness at the Harvey B. Gantt Center

Venturing Out Of The Heart Of Darkness Opens February 7th at Harvey B. Gantt Center in Charlotte, NC. The exhibition was curated by Rehema C. Barber

Rehema C. Barber, HIGH OCTANE CONTEMPORARY ARTS PROFESSIONAL KNOWN FOR CREATING DIALOGUE AND PROVOKING REFLECTION. Passionate about…

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Venturing Out Of The Heart Of Darkness Opens Feb 7 at Harvey B. Gantt Center

ABOUT THIS EXHIBITION

Venturing Out of the Heart of Darkness examines the long-standing impact of colonialism on prevailing societal attitudes that define black culture in America and in the world and how the Empire has defined and thereby influenced the development of economic, linguistic, mythological and psychological systems…

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