The Brooklyn Museum is featuring Basquiat: Unknown Notebooks from April 3 to August 15. Brooklyn-born artist Jean-Michel Basquiat filled numerous
What is it with White Greek letter organization Sigma Alpha Epsilon? They garnered attention last month for a racist frat
The annual Easter Egg Roll was held on the South Lawn on Monday, April 7, 2015. The annual spring event
Choreographer, performer, and dance scholar Vershawn Ward is the founder and executive artistic director of Chicago-based Red Clay Dance Company.
It was 47 years ago today that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was killed by an assassin’s bullet. Dr. King
Most visual artists prefer that viewers do not touch their completed works whether on display at a museum, gallery, or
Women’s History Month drew to a close, or should we say a crescendo this past week with two special March
Baltimore-based artist Calvin Coleman was one of 21 artists at Delta Sigma Theta’s Chicago alumnae chapter Gallery D’Estee for
Adedayo Laoye was born into the royal family of Oba Adetoyese Laoye, in Ede, Nigeria. Laoye was raised in the
With spring finally making an appearance, it is the perfect time to review the goals you set at the beginning
One major theme that resonates throughout the art of Minnie Watkins is her striking use of black-and-white images. The bold
Patric McCoy, president of Diasporal Rhythms, was recognized for his many years of service as art patron and collector of
It would be great if conflict resolution was a mandatory class offered in high school or college. I’m sure many
The sisters who allow such Black men to be comfortable in their presence are inadvertently empowering such behavior.
Crystle "Clear" Roberson has been living out her dreams of being a filmmaker and a photographer, and the award-winning writer-director
Ariana Miyamoto, 20, speaks Japanese fluently, was born to a Japanese mother, and reared in Nagasaki but she’s a
2015 marks the 75th anniversary of Chicago’s South Side Community Art Center.
My friend Mya Seals has the most interesting perspective on both popular and private culture.
Some of the nastiest, most vile, demeaning people I have encountered on The Good Book (Facebook that is) have been