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"R.D.'s Back Room" is my first serigraph and will be exhibited at the Columbus Museum in my show titled - Leaving Mississippi: Reflections on Heroes and Folklore opening August 21, 2014 at the Columbus Museum.
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In 1917, ten-year-old Rubie Bond left Mississippi with her…
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“Liberty Legends” by Najee Dorsey
Liberty Theatre Cultural…Continue
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Samantha Simmons is receiving her Masters of Art in Teaching: Art Education with a concentration in photography. She attended American Intercontinental University in Atlanta, GA, where she received her B.A. of Fine Arts with a…Continue
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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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Gaps in my wall paper...…Continue
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The hit online show, The Book Look, opens up with Mayor Cory Booker, catches up with Daniel Black and Twelve Gates to the City, and covers the anthology and new movement, Steamfunk! Host Monda Webb and contributors Charisse Carney-Nunes and Kwame Alexander keep the pages turning while Najee Dorsey talks Art by the Book.
Join the Book Look group here on BAIA …Continue
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"Deacons Revisited" by Najee Dorsey, mixed media collage 44 x 31"
The history that inspired the…Continue
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"In his latest series,…
On August 16, 1859. a letter was written by Harriet Newby wife of Dangerfield Newby believed to be the real life story that the character for Django the movie is modeled after. Below is a copy of the letter, a story I want to share with you with the focus of the art work being on the wife. (the text around the piece is the entire letter written below)