Home Tags Black artist

Tag: black artist

In late June 2021, George Stanton prepared for one of his biggest events to date. He had been invited to perform at a birthday celebration for Kris Lofton, a star of the upcoming STARZ television series “Power Book IV: Force.” That night, as he approached the venue, what caught...
Hustle is the one thing that every D-girl has in common. Actress and television star Angela Lewis is no different. She represents Detroit at the highest level on and off the camera. As an alumna of schools such as Bates Academy, Cass Technical High School, and the University of...
Credit the Photographer: Ray "Trilogy Beats" Rogers In Michigan, especially in urban cities like Detroit and Pontiac, Coney Island restaurants aremore than just late-night diners or hotdog joints. They’re the place friends gather to catch up,hang out, and make plans. A trip to one of these diners after a long...
Our Artist of the Week, Marcel Stewart, is an emerging artist with an eye for creativity. As a Detroit native, Stewart studied various art forms and techniques to become a master in his field. After receiving a scholarship to attend the College for Creative Studies, his work has been...
Beyond the songstress, Keely Mitchell, The Artist — formerly known as Keely Ferguson  —  is a multidimensional soul. Her diversified hats include singer, songwriter, musician, wife, and mother. She is one of those humans whose passion exudes across all of her crafts and skills. She is a versatile woman...
The story of Black inventors stretches back centuries and has been a driving force for modernization. With this list, we honor them all: 10 influential Black men and women who changed our world irrevocably with brilliance beyond measure.  African American inventors have been at the forefront of modernization in the...
On February 6, 2022, D.C. photographer Lauren A. Sweet began creating “Black Queen Mother,” a photography series that seeks to “depict the Black woman in her royal element … motherhood.” The “Black Queen Mother” photo project pays homage to Black mothers. During Black History Month, Sweet found that most...
Torri Shaaron is a multifaceted woman and visual artist who deems herself a creator of many sorts. Clever in spirit and poignant with stencil and brush, Shaaron has crafted and commissioned prolific artwork since 2009. Her varied portfolio consists of profound portraits and scenes reflective of Black culture, ethos,...
When asked if his art follows a particular path, 33-year-old impassioned artist, self taught painter and curator, Jonathan Harris, responds with calm, yet firm declaration that he’s painting the times. While focusing on the creation of pieces that reflect evolving societal conversations, Harris also pridefully captures the essence of...
Why It’s Still So Important For The Future of Our Youth As young people transition back to school at such a time as the existing global pandemic, there is bountiful room for more discussions on the state of our children, their futures, and how we must craft further avenues for...
Jessica Care-Moore, an interdisciplinary artist who was born and raised right here in Detroit, made history in 1995 when she was the first artist to win the Showtime at the Apollo showcase five weeks in a row. Growing up, she spent her time daydreaming while staring at the sky,...
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Posts

ADVERTISEMENT
X
X