Dear Members of Black Art in America:
I hope this finds you well and enjoying the summer!
I would like to inform you of our upcoming program, “Society, Community, and Culture: Ronald Lockett in Context,” being held in conjunction with our current exhibition Fever Within: The Art of Ronald Lockett. The program…
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When seeking out great exhibitions to experience in the United States, we know this is a very large territory to cover. Even though this is true, we are aware of the Smithsonian Museums in Wasington, DC. I have been involved in some research for close to two months by way of the African Art Museum's Warren M. Robbins Library, and as a result, I've have been able to connect with the Smithsonian Library system. Thanks to the Head Librarian Janet Stanley at the Warren M. Robbins, I am having a…Continue
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She was a student at J. Liberty Tadd's art school in Philadelphia, PA and in 1895 became the first African-American receiving a scholarship to attend The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She married a school principal, and moved to Washington, D.C. in…Continue
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PERKULATOR™ Discussions : Where we like our conversations as HOT as our coffee. Learning to Love myself with Tamara Natalie Madden.
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Faron Manuel assitant editor for BAIA speaks with Juanita Hardy, collector and recently retiring Director…
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September 24 BAIA had the opportunity to hear Howardena Pindell in conversation at Spelman College. Following the lecture we had a conversation with one collector of her works. Join www.blackartinamerica.com and stay connected.…Continue
The Scottsboro Boys were a group of nine black teenagers accused of rape in the 1930s South. The blatant injustice given to them during their trial lead to several legal reforms. Watch as Emory's Associate Professor of African American Studies, Carol Anderson, discusses what happened to these boys both during and after their trial.
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Super-Figurative Painter Jas Knight Solo Show at
Bill Hodges Gallery (NYC)…Continue
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Media Spotlight Elevates Alma Thomas to National Acclaim…
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November 2014 I took my 17 year old niece to the Studio Museum in Harlem and we enjoyed many exhibits. But, one exhibit struck a cord and that was The Jet Beauty of The Month, which was a room full of Jet Beauties from the past and present.
My niece said "they are not many darker skinned black women as…
Thelma Johnson Streat was the first African American woman to have a painting exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, in 1942.…Continue
"...he has a voice that will enchant you. ...his songs are dripping with sexuality.…Continue
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