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The Studio Museum in Harlem Newsletter | August 6, 2014

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Whitfield Lovell Deep River at the Telfair Museums in Savannah, GA August 15, 2014 - February 1, 2015



Whitfield Lovell Deep River

at the Telfair Museums in Savannah, GA

August 15, 2014 - February 1, 2015



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African Festival of the Arts Chicago Celebrating 25 years

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During its stellar 25 year history, the “Dee Parmer Woodtor Main Stage” (named for co-founder and late wife of Patrick Woodtor), has featured explosive performances by legendary entertainers such as James Brown, Hugh Masekela, Roberta Flack, Chaka Khan, Erykah Badu, Angelique Kidjo, Bobby…

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The Studio Museum in Harlem Newsletter | July 24, 2014

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Cane Roots Salon in Harlem Host Black Art In America Pop-Up Show

"We’re here to elevate the appreciation of rum - its rich history, the craftsmanship involved in making a fine spirit and combining these with a passion for the taste itself. Cane Roots is Rum. Redefined."…

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The Studio Museum in Harlem Newsletter | July 9, 2014

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Studio Museum in Harlem E - Newsletter June 11

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A Raisin in the Sun Directed by Tony Award Winner Kenny Leon

Kenny Leon Tony winner for best direction of his revival of “A Raisin in…

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Detroit in Johannesburg: Detroit-Based artist collective exhibits in Johannesburg

Detroit-Based artist collective exhibits in Johannesburg

Johannesburg, South Africa — This summer, curator, Ingrid LaFleur, brings Detroit-based artist collective, Complex…

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Harlem Fine Arts Show Launches in Atlanta

Harlem Fine Arts Show Launches in Atlanta…
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Inaugural Auction of African American Art

We are pleased to announce the inaugural auction of African American Art, to be held at the Toomey/Treadway Galleries in Chicago on June 1st. It is a natural fit to hold such an event in Chicago, because of the city’s rich African American cultural heritage. The list of…

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Art Voices Editor in Chief Terrence Sanders

The Novice Artist’s Guide to Becoming Famous and Rich in the 21st Century!

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Social Art in America opening at ACA Galleries

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Studio Museum in Harlem | E-Newsletter | May 15, 2014

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The First Silk Screen Release of - The Travelers Series works by Najee Dorsey

For a limited time only Golden Galleries Publisher is offering a special pre-publication price of $1,200 for "R.D.'s Back Room" by Najee Dorsey. This is a great time to acquire this serigraph as Najee prepares for his solo show at the Columbus Museum in Georgia titled Leaving Mississippi: Reflections on Heroes and Folklore opening August 21, 2014. R.D's Backroom is included in the museum show as well as the show catalog. (Hand pulled by artist working with master print maker Curlee R.…

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David Driskell in the forest at NCA Gallery Michigan

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African American jockey, three-time Kentucky Derby winner celebrated in new bio

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Former NFL player and Emory faculty member Pellom McDaniels III wrote the definitive biography of the first African American jockey to win the Kentucky Derby three times.

If you are shocked to know that African American jockeys existed—much less thrived—in 19th-century America, don’t tell Pellom McDaniels III. He will be shocked that you are shocked. And yet, in the end, he accepts that his job is to ensure that…

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#laborday weekend...

Cassandra Wilson, Musiq Soul Child and the Temptations, see them live at this years African Festival of the Arts - Chicago.

Music, Art, Food and good times, August 29 - September 1. More

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Delilah W. Pierce (1904 to 1992), artist, curator, educator, and advocate, is known for her fluid style, which ranged from figurative to abstract. Read

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A HARD SUMMATION is a suite of 13 new poems, covering the history of African Americans from the Middle Passage to Now. 

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