Gallery – ROUTES by Ronald Bunn

Limited Time Offer – Free Exhibition Space for Fine Artists/Photographers

For a limited time, Routes is offering Fine Artists/photographers “ONE WEEK FREE EXHIBITION SPACE in the Portfolio Section. The artist can submit up to 10 images of his/her works. This offering will run December, January, February and limited to one artist per … Read More

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE (Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.)

Well, it’s about time. What an amazing place! As a student of Africana history, I have anxiously awaited the opening of this important institution and I was not disappointed. The first thing one notices is the building itself. It reminded … Read More

“The Voice of Living History through the Eyes of The Fabric of Emancipation” at the Morris-Jumel Mansion

As an art administrator, I often toy with how best to curate thought provoking conversations while at the same time advancing knowledge about how our pasts impact on the future. I’ve dug deeply to examine liberty and cultural identity through The Fabric … Read More

Free For All – Longwood Art Gallery – “BRONX – AFRICA” – Panel Discussion

Wednesday,  February 17, 2016, 5pm 450 Grand Concourse. C-190 Bronx   6:00pm: African Fashion and Textiles with Sudie Nallo, International Coalition of African Fashion and Catherine McKinley, author, Indigo: In Search of the Color That Seduced the World. Moderated by Atim … Read More

Free for all – TABLA RASA GALLERY – Willie Mae Brown reads from her upcoming memoir, “MySelma!”

Saturday, February 13, 2016, 2:30 pm TABLA RASA GALLERY 224 48th Street (between 2nd & 3rd Avenues) 718- 833 9100 Brooklyn Willie Mae Brown returns to Tabla Rasa Gallery to read “Camden”, a chapter from her upcoming memoir, “MySelma!” “Camden” tells the story … Read More

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