Arts & Culture

Corey Pemberton’s Solo Exhibition ‘Home/Body’ Captures People At Home In Their Most Relaxed State Of Being

Corey Pemberton’s Solo Exhibition ‘Home/Body’ Captures People At Home In Their Most Relaxed State Of Being

“Everything changes, everything Moves,” 2021 (acrylic, inkjet prints, and pressed flowers on canvas, 3 6x 48 inches). © Corey Pemberton…
Jessica B. Harris’s Collection Of Vintage Postcards From The African Diaspora

Jessica B. Harris’s Collection Of Vintage Postcards From The African Diaspora

Professor and culinary historian Jessica B. Harris is known for her critically acclaimed books documenting the foods of the African…
African-American Artist Steve R. Allen Is Gifting HBCUs With Multi-Million Dollar Artwork Collection

African-American Artist Steve R. Allen Is Gifting HBCUs With Multi-Million Dollar Artwork Collection

“Freedom Journey” by Steve R. Allen The renowned, eight-time Olympic Atlanta-based artist Steve R. Allen is generating opportunities for the…
“Black Is Beautiful”: Debut Kwame Brathwaite Exhibition Captures Authentic Blackness In The 1960s

“Black Is Beautiful”: Debut Kwame Brathwaite Exhibition Captures Authentic Blackness In The 1960s

While many are familiar with the empowering phrase “Black is beautiful,” its origins are less known by the general population.…
Mikael Owunna On Enchanting Photo Series ‘Infinite Essence: Celestial Liberation’

Mikael Owunna On Enchanting Photo Series ‘Infinite Essence: Celestial Liberation’

Photo Credit: Nathan Shaulis In his illuminating portrait series “Infinite Essence: Celestial Liberation,” 30-year-old artist Mikael Owunna captures the soul…
WATCH: Faith Ringgold On Art And The Power Of Perseverance

WATCH: Faith Ringgold On Art And The Power Of Perseverance

In a new segment with CBS Sunday Morning, the prominent multimedia artist Faith Ringgold spoke with Nancy Giles about her…
Meet Zaila Avant-garde: The First African-American Winner Of The Scripps Spelling Bee, And Basketball Prodigy

Meet Zaila Avant-garde: The First African-American Winner Of The Scripps Spelling Bee, And Basketball Prodigy

On Thursday night, history was made as 14-year-old Zaila Avant-garde became the first African-American winner of the Scripps National Spelling…
At The 2021 BET Awards, Black Women Were Given Their Accolades

At The 2021 BET Awards, Black Women Were Given Their Accolades

Getty Images Sunday marked the 21st annual BET Awards, which honors Black excellence in television, film, music, and sports.  Focusing…
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