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Reimagining Blackness and Architecture
What is architecture? Ten architects featured in a new MoMA exhibition and online course, Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America, as well as a new online course, Reimagining Blackness and Architecture. Through original films, audio interviews, and short readings, the course will introduce learners to the ways in which Black artists, architects, scholars, and writers have responded to these histories of violence and exclusion to create new ways of being, reimagining the spaces that have refused us.
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ART EXHIBITION | DARK TESTAMENT: A CENTURY OF BLACK WRITERS ON JUSTICE
About the Exhibition Immerse yourself in Dark Testament: A Century of Black Writers on Justice and honor the significant contributions of Black writers to American literature and history. Explore and better understand racial injustice in America by examining the work of Black American writers from the end of the Civil War through the Civil Rights…
ART Podcast | Episode (Author Interviews) Listen to Poet, Nikki Finney on NPR
POETRYVibe Listen to the opening of National Poetry Month 2023 with NPR’s Scott Detrow, featuring an interview with National Book Award Winner, Poet Nikki Finney. In this episode learn more about her awarding winning body of work: Head Off & Split. Image: Nikki Finney, CC BY-NC, By “SLOWKING” | Podcast Courtesy of NPR
ART Poetry | National Poetry Month 2023
2023 National Poetry Month Poster | It features artwork by Marc Brown, the creator of the popular Arthur book and PBS television series and contains a line of poetry by U.S. Poet Laureate Ada Limón. Download a Free Copy of the Poster! 2023 National Poetry Month Poster provided by the Academy of American Poets