Raleigh man opens first African-American-owned cultural art gallery | ABC11 Raleigh Durham

Staff, ABC11 Raleigh Durham | Featured Image Text. Featured Image RALEIGH (WTVD) — A local man has become the first African-American to own a cultural art gallery in Raleigh. Jason Franklin opened the art gallery along with his daughter, Ashley, who is the Art Director. The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony […]

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London-Based Artist Pays Homage To Michelle Obama With Giant Mural | Travel Noire Michelle Obama may not be our first lady anymore, but she is still larger than life in our eyes. Literally. If you head over to London, you will find a huge 30 foot mural of Mrs. Obama on Dorrell Place in Brixton.

Michelle Obama may not be our first lady anymore, but she is still larger than life in our eyes. Literally. If you head over to London, you will find a huge 30 foot mural of Mrs. Obama on Dorrell Place in Brixton.

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Legacy Russell Appointed Associate Curator at Studio Museum of Harlem | The Network Journal Thelma Golden, chief curator at the Studio Museum of Harlem, today announced the appointment of Legacy Russell to serve as assistant curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum.

Thelma Golden, chief curator at the Studio Museum of Harlem, today announced the appointment of Legacy Russell to serve as assistant curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum.

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Mosaic Youth Theatre gets $1M gift from ‘Hamilton’ producer | The Detroit News The Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit on Wednesday touted its largest gift ever: a $1 million grant from Oak Park native Jeffrey Seller, the lead producer of the Broadway hit musical, "Hamilton."

The Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit on Wednesday touted its largest gift ever: a $1 million grant from Oak Park native Jeffrey Seller, the lead producer of the Broadway hit musical, “Hamilton.”

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(2014) Testimony of a Cleareyed Witness | The New York Times Color and class are still the great divides in American culture, and few artists have surveyed them as subtly and incisively as Carrie Mae Weems

Color and class are still the great divides in American culture, and few artists have surveyed them as subtly and incisively as Carrie Mae Weems

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