In "Declarations of Success," artist Lamar Whidbee collaborates with youth from DREAMs of Wilmington to present paintings, photographs and assemblages that represent how the students have declared what their success will be. Join us for the closing reception.
Join poet, writer and educator Dasan Ahanu and the Black On Black Project for a Spoken Word performance Thursday, May 10 at 7 p.m. inside Artspace in downtown Raleigh. The program will be a response to "artfor(us)," a thought-provoking art exhibition by artist Sherrill Roland. Follow the conversation using the hashtag #jumpsuitartforus.
The Triangle's arts and culture sector is growing. Woven throughout the leadership of this artistic growth are several women of color. Moderated by Carly Prentis Jones, join the Black On Black Project Thursday, March 29 for a discussion on the roles of black women in the arts. #RightBeforeWeFly
Artist Dare Coulter will speak with members of the community Saturday, March 17 about her latest solo exhibition, "Right Before We Fly," which is on view at Anchorlight in Raleigh. #RightBeforeWeFly
Tune in at 9 p.m. to watch Kevin "KAZE" Thomas and Bishop Omega from the Facebook Live show Intelligently Ratchet as they talk to Dare Coulter, whose exhibition "Right Before We Fly" is on view at Anchorlight in Raleigh. #RightBeforeWeFly
If you have experienced heartbreak as a result of a broken relationship, it can be a real blow to your self-esteem. Spend the morning with Women's Empowerment Specialist Sandra Dubose for breakfast and a candid conversation about overcoming. The event is FREE. Just RSVP. #BlackOnBlackV2
On Saturday Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. come hear David Wilson's presentation about his public art project to celebrate the rich history of Chavis Park. #BlackOnBlackV2
Journonya Harris-Rayner will lead a group to the International Civil Rights Center and Museum bus trip to Greensboro on Saturday, Oct. 21.
In his first solo show at the Carrack Modern Art, Raleigh native and resident André Leon Gray continues his creative momentum in the Bull City with a sledgehammer called "no polite disguise."