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Jewell R. Mazique Curators Notes.pdf
Documentation by curator about digital photography exhibition.

Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information photograph collection (Library of Congress)

Celebrate the opening of Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. This symposium features exhibition artists and curators who will join us for an insightful round of conversation reflecting on art, politics, music, and community in the age of…

The Colors of Black History Month Cover.jpg
An online coloring book that features African American leaders, writers, social activists, musicians and artists.

Painting included in the Select Picture List- Negro Art from the Harmon Foundation. Artworks by Negro Artists, compiled 1922 - 1967.

The duo of SAMO©, which consisted of Jean-Michel Basquiat and his friend Helmut Al Diaz, wrote enigmatic epigrams and short phrases on the walls of Manhattan. Credit: The Vintage News

Artwork from Ethnic American Art Library Series - 1971 - ca. 1972, University of South Alabama, of paintings; sculptures; acrylics; pottery; and other artworks by 104 Afro American artists.

"Midnight Golfer": Post-black art arose during the Civil Rights Movement/Black Arts Movement/Hip Hop Movement as a category of contemporary African-American art. It is a paradoxical genre of art where race and racism are intertwined in a way that…

Book features work by African American writers and artists and gives light to their achievements and social advocacy during the early 20th century. The Negro in Literature and Art in the United States is authored by Benjamin Griffith Brawley.

A year before his death at age twenty-eight, the African-American artist Bob Thompson painted this tribute to the jazz musician Nina Simone. The brightly colored silhouettes bounded by sinuous contours recall the work of the early 20th-century French…
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