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Wunnanittuonk: DAP the Contract

I got to see DAP perform in Providence earlier in the summer, and since then, he’s quickly become one of my staples. Bless your life with this brother’s music. Wunnegan!


Meet Shade: Indianapolis-Based Painter and Soul Searcher

I stumbled upon Shade’s paintings just as we find anything of interest nowadays – on social media. It was on Instagram that Shade transformed one of the most iconic photos of any 2017 award show into a live canvas portrait. 3,975 more words



The past 5 weeks have been a whirlwind. As you know, it was 5 weeks ago that I officially left my day job and began devoting myself toward the development of my vocation – to dedicate my time and energy to the fulfillment of my mission statement: 736 more words


London | Soul Of A Nation; Art In The Age of Black Power

What is Black art? What should it do? What can it do? These are questions posed and answered in this most powerful exhibition of works from 65 Black artists over 150 art works, spanning twenty years from, 1963-1983 currently on exhibition at the Tate Modern. 1,000 more words

The Beat

On Art 

I often find myself deeply concerned with whether or not my art is “good” and then immediately after the cycle of hyper-criticality and self-imposed scrutiny I wonder what it means to produce “good” art. 752 more words


Self-Published Author Dr. Portia K. Wayne Launches Two Children's Books

Dr. Portia K. Wayne, Ed. D. is a stay-at-home mom and a freelance writer residing in the Atlanta metro area. A graduate of Spelman College and Doctor of Education, Wayne awes audiences with funny stories sure to tickle the hearts of little ones. 522 more words

Black Artist Interviews