Black Culture Celebrated

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

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...

A Window In: Martin Puryear

A Window In: Martin Puryear

Martin Puryear is one of the foremost influential sculptors of the late 20th century. His work is steeped in design...

A Window In: LaToya Ruby Frazier

A Window In: LaToya Ruby Frazier

LaToya Ruby Frazier asks “What is the responsibility of an artist to her community?” Frazier takes on Levi’s clothing company...

Love is the Message, The Message is Death

Love is the Message, The Message is Death

Arthur Jafa’s Renowned “Love is the Message, The Message is Death” to Be Streamed Continuously Online for the First Time,...

SOURCES of SELF-REGARD

SOURCES of SELF-REGARD

Self-Portraits From Black Photographers Reflecting on America Dallas’s own Nitashia Johnson is featured in an online article/exhibition by the New...

A Window In: Jordan Casteel

A Window In: Jordan Casteel

“There is a value in just being.” Jordan Casteel’s work elevates the “Everyday man” on a monumental scale. Much like...

RIFF and RELATIONS

RIFF and RELATIONS

The Phillips Collection presents the work of guest curator Dr. Adrienne L. Childs in the thought provoking exhibition Riffs and...

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