ART REWIND

ART Press | African American Virtual Art Library Featured in Metropolitan Archivist & Los Angeles Archives Collective

READ: WORK 01 Metropolitan Archivist July 2022 Chief Library Curator, kYmberly Keeton in Conversation With Amye McCarther, The online publication of the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York. READ: WORK 02 Los Angeles Archivists Collective September 2022 kYmberly Keeton reflects on the origin of ART | library deco and her realization that education materials […]

ART Scholar | Open Enrollment: Teaching Critical Thinking through Art with the National Gallery of Art

Scholar Best Life 01 FREE NGA Online Course Learn how to integrate works of art using Artful Thinking routines, effective strategies from Project Zero at Harvard University, in this interactive online course for teachers of all levels and subjects. Free Registration at www.edX.org. Based on the National Gallery of Art’s popular Art Around the Corner professional development program […]

ART Curated | ARTIST TALK: NJIDEKA AKUNYILI CROSBY & TEMITAYO OGUNBIYIART

Featured Art Event This discussion is held in conjunction with Akunyili Crosby’s current Contemporary Project exhibition presenting four recent large-scale paintings on paper, which see plants assuming increased prominence in her work. Nigerian-born, Los Angeles-based artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby’s bold and beautiful exhibition presents new works that explore her experience as a Black woman and immigrant. For […]

ART Literati | THE BLACK PERIOD: ON PERSONHOOD, RACE, AND ORIGIN, BY Hafizah Augustus Geter

About this event Hafizah Augustus Geter in conversation with Kiese Laymon celebrating the publication of The Black Period: On Personhood, Race, and Origin By Hafizah Augustus Geter Published by Random House An acclaimed poet reclaims her origin story as the queer daughter of a Muslim Nigerian immigrant and a Black American visual artist in this groundbreaking memoir, […]

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IN THE STACKS

Fannie Lou Hammer,
Public Domain
Henry Ossawa Tanner,
Dallas Museum of Art
When My Sleeping Dragon Woke, Featured Film Forum

Besides black art, there is only automation and mechanization.
— Federico Garcia Lorca

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