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Public Programming For GIMME SHELTER Opens At Historic Hampton House

Today the Historic Hampton House announces free public programming for its inaugural exhibition, Gimme Shelter, featuring over 25 artists including Derrick Adams, Nick Cave, Charles Gaines, Howardena Pindell, Carrie Mae Weems, and more.

BAM To Present New York Premiere Of Okwui Okpokwasili And Peter Born's ADAKU, PART 1: THE ROAD OPENS

Brooklyn-based performer, choreographer, and writer Okwui Okpokwasili and director, visual artist, and sound designer Peter Born will present their new cross-disciplinary performance adaku, part 1: the road. See performance dates and learn how to purchase tickets!

Tanglewood Spotlight Series with Yo-Yo Ma and Carrie Mae Weems Canceled

he Tanglewood Spotlight Series featuring Yo-Yo Ma and Carrie Mae Weems on August 19 has been canceled. Get the latest update on this highly anticipated performance and find out more details about the cancellation. Stay informed with our entertainment news.

New Arts Center Opens At Brown University With Jon Batiste-Led Parade This October

Brown University will celebrate the opening of The Lindemann Performing Arts Center on Saturday, October 21, 2023, with a full day of special programs led by Brown Arts Institute (BAI), a university-wide arts research enterprise that serves as a campus resource and catalyst for the arts at Brown.

Franklin Stage Company Presents TOLIVER & WAKEMAN A New Play By Kyle Bass

The Franklin Stage Company, Delaware County's renowned professional summer theater, will present a new play by Kyle Bass entitled TOLIVER & WAKEMAN, directed by Vernice Miller. It will begin performances on August 4 and run through August 2, 2023.

McKinley Dixon Unveils New Album 'Beloved! Paradise! Jazz!?'

Rounding out the vision, the LP also boasts guest appearances from poet and writer Hanif Abdurraqib, Teller Bank$, Alfred., Ghais Guevara, Anjimile, Seline Haze, and more. The project notably features “Dedicated to Tar Feather” featuring Boston-based folk artist Anjimile, which serves as a message to McKinley’s younger self set to instrumentals.

Making Space At The Armory Partners With National Black Theatre To Present HIDDEN CONVERSATIONS

Park Avenue Armory has announced the latest program in its Making Space Public Programming Series, Hidden Conversations, presented in partnership with National Black Theatre (NBT), Sunday, June 18, 2023 from 3pm to 8pm.

Angela Davis, A.B. Spellman & More to Join BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT: THEN AND NOW

Harlem Stage has announces details for the Black Arts Movement: Then and Now Conference, curated by Harlem Stage Associate Artistic Director/Artist-in-Residence Carl Hancock Rux and exploring the legacy of the groundbreaking, influential, and controversial movement of the 1960s and ‘70s.

The Herb Alpert Award in the Arts Announces 2023 Winners

May 3, 2023 will mark the 29th annual celebration of the Herb Alpert Award in the Arts (HAAIA) which will be presented to eleven risk-taking, mid-career artists – experimenters - who are challenging and transforming art, their respective disciplines, and society.

Brown Arts Institute Unveils Inaugural Programs, Featuring Carrie Mae Weems, Tanya Tagaq, Kym Moore, And Other Large-Scale Residencies At New Arts Center

This fall, Brown Arts Institute (BAI), a university-wide arts research enterprise that serves as a campus resource and catalyst for the arts at Brown University, will launch IGNITE, a series of interdisciplinary, collaborative, impactful projects centered around the possibilities of art as a vehicle for societal change.

McKinley Dixon Debuts Album Title Track 'Beloved! Paradise! Jazz!? (Ft. Ms. Jaylin Brown)'

The accompanying music video aims to capture the full range of human experience while paying homage to Carrie Mae Weems’ Kitchen Table sessions. Each frame within the video – whether a family sitting down at a table for portraits or a lively gathering – imbues a sense of community and belonging that McKinley hopes to share through song.

MY NEIGHBOUR TOTORO and More Set for The Barbican's 2023 Theatre and Dance Lineup

This follows A Strange Loop, the Pulitzer Prize-winning new musical direct from Broadway with performances until 9 September and includes a world premiere from Belarus Free Theatre, UK premieres by Why Not Theatre, Eun-Me Ahn, Pam Tanowitz and David Lang, a cross-cultural festival curated by Inua Ellams, the return of Dance Umbrella andTold by an Idiot, and a line-up of exciting and experimental theatre makers in The Pit.

Making Space At The Armory And Harlem Stage to Present HAPO NA ZAMANI

Park Avenue Armory's Making Space Public Programming Series and Harlem Stage will co-present Hapo Na Zamani (Black Arts Movement Past and Present), a 1960s-style happening.

Angela Davis, A.B. Spellman & More to Take Part in BLACK ARTS MOVEMENT: THEN AND NOW CONFERENCE

Harlem Stage has announced details of the Black Arts Movement: Then and Now Conference, curated by Harlem Stage Associate Artistic Director/Artist-in-Residence Carl Hancock Rux.

McKinley Dixon Releases Carrie Mae Weems-Inspired 'Run, Run, Run'

Throwback production propels the track forward with a buoyant beat and jazzy melodies, as McKinley raps about the harsh realities of gun violence. The ‘Kitchen Table Session’ video series is inspired by Carrie Mae Weems’ seminal Kitchen Table Series ­– a collection known for exploring the self in collective experiences at a kitchen table.

Kate Baldwin, Eisa Davis, Jason Gotay & More to Perform at OUT OF MYSELF �" SONGS OF PETER FOLEY

Prospect Theater Company and the newly launched Peter Foley Music Project have partnered to present Out of Myself—Songs of Peter Foley, a concert celebrating the legacy of the late award-winning composer and lyricist. See how to purchase tickets!

Pamela Sneed to Lead Celebration Of The Juke Joint In Park Avenue Armory's Making Space Public Programming Series

Park Avenue Armory's Making Space public programming series will present the second program it its 2023 season, Juke Joint, Friday, March 31st and Saturday, April 1st.

THE MOVING MEMORY PROJECT to Return in February With a Dance Show

The Moving Memory Project will return in 2023 for an in-person presentation of works by NYC-based dance artists, presented under the title Sense Memory.

McKinley Dixon Unveils New Single 'Tyler, Forever'

McKinley Dixon releases new single “Tyler, Forever” via City Slang alongside an accompanying music video. Symphonic horns and gritty vocals seamlessly blend in “Tyler, Forever” to create a track that is as catchy as it is emotional. The song's infectious chorus transitions midway to a more somber sound with McKinley’s hard-hitting bars.

Sharjah Art Foundation Brings Together Over 150 Artists and Collectives for Sharjah Biennial 15

Beginning February 2023, Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF) brings together over 150 artists and collectives from more than 70 countries for the 15th edition and 30-year anniversary of the Sharjah Biennial. Conceived by the late Okwui Enwezor and curated by the Foundation's Director Hoor Al Qasimi, Sharjah Biennial 15: Thinking Historically in the Present reflects on Enwezor's visionary work, which transformed contemporary art and has influenced the evolution of institutions and biennials around the world, including the Sharjah Biennial.

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