Black Culture Celebrated

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

Le coeur de l’Afrique | The Heart of Africa

Le coeur de l’Afrique | The Heart of Africa

Congolese fashion designer Anifa Mvuemba releases her new Pink Label line in a virtually visually creative way. A 3D fashion...

Music Makes the World Go Round: Verzuz Battles

Music Makes the World Go Round: Verzuz Battles

Verzuz is a platform for hip hop heads, sound aficionados, rhythm and blues virtuoso’s, and straight up music junkies of,...

A Window In: Kerry James Marshall

A Window In: Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall is one of the leading voices in modern art. He shares his thoughts around the “mythology” of...

A Window In: El Anatsui

A Window In: El Anatsui

  Ghanaian sculptor, El Anatsui, has garnered international attention for his bottle-top installations, works consisting of thousands of metal pieces...

Against The Odds: Artists Of The Harlem Renaissance

Against The Odds: Artists Of The Harlem Renaissance

  Harlem in the 1920s and 1930s was the scene of a passionate outburst of creativity by African-American visual artists....

A Window In: Kara Walker

A Window In: Kara Walker

  Though it may be a cliche, Kara Walker’s work is unforgettable. Once seen, the imagery is forever in the...

SDCC Picks: Netflix Documentaries

SDCC Picks: Netflix Documentaries

### Poignant. Inspiring. Downright heartbreaking. These documentaries share the stories of legends in all of their complex glory. Netflix, chill,...

LeVar Burton Reads

LeVar Burton Reads

### Legendary actor, director, and author, Levar Burton, is known for hosting and producing the classic television production, Reading Rainbow....

A Window In: Abigail DeVille

A Window In: Abigail DeVille

### Abigail DeVille Listens to History captures DeVille’s thought process as she constructs her installation and performance pieces. Her work...

Explore the Studio Museum’s Permanent Collection

Explore the Studio Museum’s Permanent Collection

### The Studio Museum in Harlem‘s permanent collection is now online. The impressive collection features works from over 400 African/American...

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