I am deeply honored to return home to Newark, NJ to present “Newark: My Home in the Arts” as the inaugural speaker of the L +M Development Partners Lecture Series as an invitation from The Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience.
Next stop: Baltimore! On March 9 at 6:30, I’m giving a lecture at Towson University, tentatively titled, “African In/Sites: The Materiality of Light and Sound in Black Art,” in conjunction […]
My life in Wellesley hasn’t been about that kind of racism. There are no skinheads. There’s a subtler, more insidious kind of racism experienced over time that most people of color in the United States are accustomed to. There’s a term for it now: microaggressions…
Thursday, 4/14 at 7:30 p.m. Nikki A. Greene, Ph.D. Concerning the Spiritual in Art: The Substance of Abstraction On abstraction, music and painting in the works of Moe Brooker, Beauford Delaney & […]