The Dirty Dozen: Jim Crow Fantasies I had the pleasure of attending the opening reception for Okeeba Jubalo‘s art exhibit, The Dirty Dozen: Jim Crow Fantasies. If you’ve never heard of him (I hadn’t), I encourage you to peep his bio. He’s very interesting with a substantial career, humble with a quiet confidence whose weighty […]Read more "Jim Crow Fantasies"
I’ve been super lazy with the photo sharing of all the beauty I’ve captured these last few months, but yesterday, my phone told me my storage was almost full.. so, you know why I’m here. I visited Spelman for the second time this year. [It’s still dope.] I’m happy to say that the college frequently […]Read more "Black Art Matters: Africa Forecast"
A couple of weeks ago, I went to another great show: For the Love of Art. I especially love exhibits with themes so you can see how different minds interpret the subject[s], but this one didn’t have a blatant focus. I guess, hence the name, it really was just for the love of art. As […]Read more "For the Love of Art"
The Stuyvesants are still high on the playlist, but I’ve added a lot of goodies since that post. These are just a few of my new [and renewed] favorite ladies that define summer with their pure, earthy, funky and uplifting sounds. To me, they transcend the Sunday house cleaning party, the backyard BBQ, transits to […]Read more "summer soundtrack: ladies edition"