World traveler and artist Barbara Oxborrow paints to share what she’s seen — African elephants, the Tuscan countryside and, most recently, garden vegetables are portrayed in watercolor on her studio wall ... Being part of an artist community at The Monarch is a growing experience, Oxborrow said.
With a career spanning over two decades, the Cape Town-based musician says she has realised, through research, workshops, and discussions, that SouthAfrican young creatives “do not have a clear understanding of the business of music, their rights as artists as well as standard business practices”.Lana Crowster.
The C WilliamsRush Museum of African-American Arts & Culture was chosen out of 88 applicants along with seven other organizations to receive a grant between $7,000 and $10,000 ... “We wanted to center community-based radical art-making, with the arts, artists, and people of African descent at its core.”.
The free event features two performances — the Titambe WestAfricanDanceEnsemble and Benjamin Domask-Rue, physical theater artist — and will take place from 6.30 to 8.45 p.m ... Bring a blanket, chairs and a picnic if desired ... St ... Married in St ... .
Looking for some fun and unique things to do in Philly this weekend? Metro has you covered ... to 4 p.m ... The contemporary community-based dance organization’s main goal is to support the hidden talents in youth and adult artists of color in the Philadelphia region and illustrate the struggles and successes of African-American culture through dance ... .
What freedom do SouthAfricans really have?. That is one of the concepts explored in the works of visual artist, Major Ndlovu, 31, whose new art exhibition opens at the Ammazulu Gardens and Sculpture Precinct in Kloof next Saturday ... This work investigates the future of South Africans.
It’s not quite 15 inches tall, but this jar points to the artistic achievements of enslaved AfricanAmericans and the persistent erasure of their work from America’s cultural institutions for nearly 300 years ... This biographical erasure is one of the biggest challenges facing museums that seek to exhibit work by enslaved artists.
DUBAI. The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has sparked new ideas for many entrepreneurs, creatives and artists. One such creative is Dubai-based photographer Tanya Rex. The SouthAfrican lenswoman launched The Quaranteen Project, which is ongoing to this date, when lockdowns began last year ... (Supplied). “I didn’t really know what to expect ... ....
As an artist, the third-generation Californian and Emmy-winning producer has worked in television ("South Park"), video games and films, but his most recent project exudes a distinctive African futuristic aesthetic that for him, feels personal ... "But there are still challenges to being heard as an African American artist.