The Public Theater, Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis; Executive Director, Patrick Willingham; Board Chair, Arielle Tepper, announced today that The Public’s Annual Gala.
651 ARTS, Brooklyn’s premier institution for the African Diasporic performing arts will launch its newest series – LIVE @651 ARTS – with WILD.
Tickets for the fully reimagined production of Ntozake Shange’s groundbreaking for colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf.
Crain’s New York Business, the premier publication covering New York City’s business community, has tapped PR powerhouse, Cheryl L. Duncan, for its Notable Black Leaders and Executives list.
Cheryl L. Duncan has been named to the Observer’s PR POWER 50 List for 2020.
For Pauletta Washington and LaTanya Richardson Jackson, New Federal Theatre (NFT) is a family affair that dates back to the 1970s and 1980s.
Black Theatre: The Making of a Movement documents the birth of a new theatre out of the Civil Rights activism of the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s.
Marjorie Moon, Executive Director Emeritus of Brooklyn’s esteemed Billie Holiday Theatre, has joined the team of Woodie King, Jr.‘s and Harlem fave New Federal Theatre, www.newfederaltheatre.com, as Administrative Consultant.
The historic Theatre Training Workshops of Woodie King, Jr.’s New Federal Theatre will move uptown next month to Dwyer Cultural Center at 258 St. Nicholas Ave. (at 123rd Street).
By Souleo Since one of the earliest known buttons found at Mohenjo Daro in the Indus Valley (now Pakistan) nearly 5000 years ago, buttons have gone from being ornaments to signifiers of economic and social status to commonplace mass produced objects.
The NY Times writes about the relentlessly adventurous producer and director like Woodie King Jr. was bound to reach a breaking point when it came to Amiri Baraka.
By Walter Rutledge If a picture speaks a thousand words then the photographic exhibition, Traveling Full Circle: Frank Stewart’s Visual Music is a cultural and historical jazz anthology.
By Walter Rutledge The indomitable human spirit has the ability to rise in moments of extreme tragedy and inconsolable despair. It lifts our downcast head and illuminates the darkness, revealing that glimmer of hope we refer to as the light at the end of the tunnel. Tynetta Megginson mother was murdered in 2001; to help…
By Souleo Can art serve as a catalyst for revitalizing neighborhoods? It’s a question being explored by two unique art projects: “Back in the Bronx,” a new campaign launched by the Bronx Museum of the Arts and Out to See, an art and music event focused on bringing attention to the South Street Seaport area…
It wasn’t until graduate school that Michelle Joan Wilkinson, director of collections and exhibitions at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, realized that becoming a curator could be a viable profession.