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Much Ado about Harlem...

In an effort to challenge the status quo, to continue this revolution of sorts and give voice to those silenced by administrations such as the current one, Michelle Obama is forging ahead with her own set of rules. 560 more words


Is Manhattan's art epicenter shifting?

Despite the Whitney Museum doubling its attendance with its new building and the High Line attracting over four million visitors a year, gentrification in that Meatpacking district has forced many artists and art lovers to look elsewhere. 641 more words


Theaster Gates

As the January rain washes the windows of Regen Projects in Los Angeles, Theaster Gates, dressed in a blue knee-length kaftan over jeans, is relaxed and buoyant, seemingly unfazed by the pressures of the year ahead. 2,793 more words


Thelma Golden Talks On “How Art Shapes Cultural Change In A Society”

(TIML ART) Thelma Golden is a curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem, and in this video she talks about how art can be used to shape and change a culture. 50 more words

Artist a Day Challenge (20): Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims

1999 was steeped in Y2K mania.  Prince’s 1999 and R.E.M.’s “It’s the End of the World” made notable musical comebacks and served as the soundtrack for our collective psyche dealing with the pending certainty that the world was hurtling toward a computer programmed apocalypse.   413 more words