DéLana Dameron-John

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A Letter from an Arts Worker: DeLana Dameron-John

  Dear Jess, I am at my writing desk this rainy Wednesday morning, before the…

Kara Walker’s Sainthood

What can satisfy the souls of bodies that are imprinted with pain so deep it…

Curating In An Era Of Change: In Conversation With Stephanie Cunningham

Ashley Stull Meyers:  Let’s take it from the top and hear a little bit about…

Curating In An Era Of Change: In Conversation With E. Jane

Ashley Stull Meyers: You’ve catalyzed the internet so well in both your work as an…

Hammer Projects: Simone Leigh

In the small town of Natchez, Mississippi, diners at a restaurant called Mammy’s Cupboard enjoy…

Curating In An Era Of Change: In Conversation With Jackie Clay

Jackie Clay: It’s great that you’re talking to arts administrators for this, by the way.…

The Intimacies Of Black Womanhood

Public Displays of Privacy celebrates Black women while perforating formal ideas about the intersectionality of…

Curating In An Era Of Change: In Conversation With Damon Davis

Ashley Stull Meyers: I want to jump right in and talk about your work. Can…

Loud. Black. Resident III: In Conversation With Amara Tabor Smith

Arielle Julia Brown: What is your name and what  work do you do? Amara Tabor…

Loud. Black. Resident Part II: In Conversation With Marcus White

Arielle Julia Brown: What is your name and tell me generally how you work as…

The Beauty Of Black Women: Theresa Chromati’s Oppositional Framework

“Not only will I stare. I want my look to change reality.” – bell hooks…

Loud. Black. Resident Part I: In Conversation With Dr. Omi Osun Joni L. Jones

Arielle Julia Brown: What is your name? Give us a bit of an overview of…