Elsewhere: Otobong Nkanga

Otobong Nkanga: To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again
March 31–September 9, 2018
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Chicago, IL 
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Celebrating the Process: an interview with Chloe Hayward

Chloe Hayward is Family Programs Coordinator and a Teaching Artist at The Studio Museum in Harlem. A licensed creative art therapist, Chloe’s background is in art and design education, sculpture, and ceramics.

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Elsewhere: Adrian Piper

 

Adrian Piper: A Synthesis of Intuitions, 1965–2016
March 31–July 22, 2018
Museum of Modern Art
New York, NY
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Day One with Many More to Come

This February, in partnership with the School of Visual Arts, participants had the opportunity to learn about the fundamentals of photography from photographer and professor Isaac Diggs. Here is participant Terrell’s experience:

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In Memoriam: Peggy Cooper Cafritz

Peggy Cooper Cafritz (1947–2018) was a trailblazer in the fields of art and education for over five decades. An amazing supporter of artists of African descent, including countless Studio Museum alumni, she profoundly shaped the landscape of contemporary art in the United States.

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DIY: Conversations in Collage

Work with a partner to create a fabric collage as you communicate through art! Inspired by Derrick Adams: Patrick Kelly, The Journeycollaborate and respond to each other’s creative decisions.

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Film Forum: Black LGBTQIA Picks

Moonlight (2016)
Director: Barry Jenkins

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Expanding the Walls & Devin Allen

Allen is most noted for his work documenting the uprising in his community after the death of Freddie Gray, which led to a Time magazine cover photo in 2015 when he was just twenty-six years old.

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Actions Speak Louder than Words

We took a field trip to the Brooklyn Museum where we visited the exhibition We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85.

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Last Look at the Studio Museum

Over Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend, The Studio Museum in Harlem celebrated the final exhibition season in our current building with Last Look weekend. Four amazing days of programming, filled with idea sharing and art making, took place throughout the Museum’s galleries and workshops.

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