Black Culture Celebrated

SDCC’s blog highlighting the phenomenal creativity found throughout the African Diaspora.

Habari Gani: A Guide to Kwanzaa

Habari Gani: A Guide to Kwanzaa

In 1966, Dr. Maulana Karenga, the Chair and Advisor of Africana Studies at California State University – Long Beach, created...

A Look At Protest Art with Dr. Kelli Morgan

A Look At Protest Art with Dr. Kelli Morgan

Historian, curator, and Black Art in America Scholar in Residence, Dr. Kelli Morgan, examines a few of her favorite protest...

Special Screening of Films by Zeinabu irene Davis

Special Screening of Films by Zeinabu irene Davis

Scribe Video Center is hosting a three-day virtual screening of works by filmmaker, Zeinabu irene Davis. Davis is an accomplished...

A Window In: Michael Ray Charles

A Window In: Michael Ray Charles

Michael Ray Charles is a painter whose work investigates the legacy of historic racial stereotypes of Black Americans. Caricatures and...

Take a Look at Chesley Antoinette’s “Tignon”

Take a Look at Chesley Antoinette’s “Tignon”

Conceptual artist and educator, Chesley Antoinette, debuted her striking exhibition, Tignon, at the South Dallas Cultural Center in Fall 2018....

An Examination of the Poignancy of Black Portraiture

An Examination of the Poignancy of Black Portraiture

But are artists really thinking about our times and reflecting that in the work? Why aren’t artists making art that...

A Window In: Julie Mehretu

A Window In: Julie Mehretu

Politics of the plains. Julie Mehertu asks the question “What does it mean to paint a landscape and be an...

A Window In: Rashid Johnson

A Window In: Rashid Johnson

Rashid Johnson discusses writing his work in the “bigger history of art”. As a young photographer Johnson expressed the confidence...

In the Studio w/JD Moore

In the Studio w/JD Moore

South Dallas Cultural Center introduces its new series In the Studio: a series of conversations with artists and their work....

A Window In: Carrie Mae Weems

A Window In: Carrie Mae Weems

A measure of “grace”, artist carrie Mae Weems discusses her work Grace Notes: Reflections for Now, a performance that is...

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