Move over, New York City. Nine of the 10 most densely populated areas in the U.S. are out West, and eight out of 10 Americans are now urbanites, a U.S. Census Bureau report released Monday shows.
The Charlotte, N.C., area is growing at the fastest r ...
Posted Tuesday, March 27th 2012 at 2:24AM
In case you missed it the first time, BET decided to re-run the episode featuring HBCU Connect founder Will Moss and business mogul Dante Lee from Lee Moss Media.
This episode also features Antoine Dodson who was a YouTube internet sensation. ...
Posted Monday, March 14th 2011 at 1:40AM
Controversial artwork was removed from college's faculty show last week
By Tricia L. Nadolny
With black tape stretched over their mouths, several members of the Gainesville State College community stood in silent protest Friday afternoon of what they say ...
Posted Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 3:39PM
Holland, MI — Paul Collins, said to be one of the most accomplished American realist painters of the late 20th century, is showing his work in the Holland Area Arts Council’s Lievense Gallery in celebration of Black History month.
A native of West Michigan, Collins’ steady climb to internati ...
Posted Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 1:42AM
NEWARK, NJ.- Posing Beauty: African-American Images from the 1890s to the Present, a photography exhibition that explores the ways in which African and African-American beauty has been represented in the media historically and in contemporary times, at the Newark Museum through April 28, 2011.
Posted Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 12:31AM
By Karen Croke • email@example.com • February 3, 2011
For Black History Month, New Rochelle artist Peridot Smith has brought together a group of male and female artists of varying ages and media whose work speaks to the question of the black experience.
"As with the history of our culture and ...
Posted Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 12:26AM
By: Cody Tucker
The Community Artists' Collective will host a reception for the 15th annual citywide African American Artists Exhibitions on Friday, Feb. 4.
The reception will be held at the Community Artist’s Collective, located at 1413 Holman at La Branch, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Prize winner ...
Posted Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 12:12AM
BLACK COMIC BOOK DAY
NEW YORK-- Saturday, February 12, bookstores in Chicago, Atlanta and Detroit will host Black Comic Book Day to celebrate and make more widely available the work of African-American comic book writers and artists. In Chicago, four racks permanently dedicated to African-America ...
Posted Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 12:01AM
Kent Plantation House will honor Black History Month with a month-long art exhibit titled "Past, Present and Future."
The exhibit features two local artists, Ethel Dixon and Sylvia Martin, who will show approximately 20 works of original art in oils, acrylic or
The opening reception ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 4:37PM
The Arts Council of the Morris Area has opened Art in the Atrium's new exhibit, ""Memories of Russell,'' on display on the second to fifth floors of the Morris County Administration & Records Building, 10 Court St., Morristown.
The exhibit continu ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 4:34PM
The Museum of Science and Industry is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Black Creativity Program with a twist.
Traditionally, the annual event — which recognizes African-American achievements in a variety of fields and disciplines, includin ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 4:31PM
by Brandon Darnell
The Sacramento African-American Art Collective is kicking off its monthly “First Saturday” art tours this week, looking to bring to light art that organizers said isn’t well-represented.
“There’s something happening over here ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 4:27PM
By William Kerns
Art works by more than 30 African-American artists who either live in Lubbock, or are former Lubbock residents, are included in the show.
Participants include three Smithsonian artists — Eddie Dixon, Tony Gleaton and James Wa ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 4:22PM
The United States Civil War began in April 1861 when Charleston's Fort Sumter was fired upon. The conflict lasted four years, took more than 600,000 lives and emancipated 4 million enslaved people. During this horrific chapter in American history, a ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 1:30PM
The works of Gale Fulton Ross, American visual artist, feminist, advocate and icon of black culture, are featured in a one-woman exhibition entitled "Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise: An Artist's Journey", a metaphor of personal experience and transform ...
Posted Friday, February 4th 2011 at 1:19PM