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‘Migration’ exhibit shows effects of movement

‘Migration’ exhibit shows effects of movement

  By Alexis Paine Special to Tusk The Paul R. Jones Gallery’s exhibit “Migration,” on display through April 19, showcases art that illustrates the effects of mass movements of people to different locations. The...

PHILADELPHIA: Radcliff Bailey

PHILADELPHIA: Radcliff Bailey

Notes April 3 – April 27, 2013 Opening reception: Friday, April 5, 2013, 6 – 8:30pm BRIDGETTE MAYER GALLERY 709 Walnut Street, 1st Floor Philadelphia, PA Bridgette Mayer Gallery is pleased to announce its...

ATLANTA: Nicole Collie

ATLANTA: Nicole Collie

The Art of Nicole Collie Friday, March 22, 2013, 6pm – 9pm POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL COLLECTIVE 3389 Main Street College Park, GA Artist and artwork will be in town for one night only. Guests are...

Nicki Minaj Shows Lots Of Cleavage In Cut-Out Swimsuit (Video)

Nicki Minaj Shows Lots Of Cleavage In Cut-Out Swimsuit (Video)

“Shy” is certainly not a term used to describe Nicki Minaj. So it’s no surprise the rap goddess isn’t afraid to don a skimpy swimsuit now and again. Minaj on Tuesday bared her cleavage...

University of Delaware Museums

University of Delaware Museums

University Museums Mission The University Museums seeks to enhance the educational and scholarly mission of the University of Delaware through the exhibition, online presentation, study, preservation and growth of its unique collections in 20th...

Lynde Washington – Visual Artist

Lynde Washington – Visual Artist

Lynde Washington was born July 2, 1977, in Washington D.C.  As a child he had two things in his hands, a paintbrush in one and a football in the other. Washington was introduced to the world of art...

NEW YORK: iona ROZEAL brown

NEW YORK: iona ROZEAL brown

no one’s ever gonna love you, so don’t wonder February 28 – March 29, 2013 EDWARD TYLER NAHEM FINE ART 37 West 57th Street New York, NY introducing…THE HOUSE OF BANDO March 8 –...

Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art And Voices Featured At IMOW Exhibition

Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art And Voices Featured At IMOW Exhibition

By Samina Ali As the curator for the International Museum of Women’s new global exhibition, Muslima: Muslim Women’s Art & Voices, the one question I’m repeatedly asked is, “What common trait do Muslim women...

Women’s History Month at the Smithsonian

Women’s History Month at the Smithsonian

  Women in jazz, women in science, women in the arts, women were everywhere. Even in the days when women were supposed to just be in the kitchen, they were busy making history. And...

Stage preview: Public’s ‘Thurgood’ aims to be intimate look at epic man

Stage preview: Public’s ‘Thurgood’ aims to be intimate look at epic man

  By Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette So much of what Thurgood Marshall accomplished is well-documented: As attorney for the NAACP in 1954, he won the Brown v. Board of Education case, in which the Supreme...

DANCE: From American football to ballet

DANCE: From American football to ballet

  by Tammy Ballantyne, I AM completely in love with ballet. It is the ‘perfect’ art form and so complex that perfection is almost unattainable and, for me, a never-ending experience and journey,” says...

Black Art of Dance concert series continues with 21st showing at Sac State

Black Art of Dance concert series continues with 21st showing at Sac State

A’talah Foster Heritage and music collide in the dance department’s annual concert celebrating black dance culture. The dance department holds the Sacramento/Black Art of Dance Company, which has been at Sac State for more...

Detroit Country Day student earns Black History art award

Detroit Country Day student earns Black History art award

  Detroit County Day student Kaylin White, 18, took third place and a $500 prize in the “McDonald’s Celebrates Black History Moments on Canvas” contest at the N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art in Midtown....

NYC art show to draw thousands, make millions

NYC art show to draw thousands, make millions

NEW YORK – New York City‘s annual art fairs week is expected to draw tens of thousands of visitors and generate millions of dollars. Mayor Michael Bloomberg helped kick off the activities Wednesday. A...

Romare Bearden: ‘Urban Rhythms And Dreams Of Paradise’ Stuns At ACA Galleries

Romare Bearden: ‘Urban Rhythms And Dreams Of Paradise’ Stuns At ACA Galleries

The Huffington Post  |  By Priscilla Frank Take a deep breath before diving into the color-drenched palette of multimedia artist Romare Bearden. In his 1988 obituary, the New York Times referred to the 75-year-old...