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Austin Blue is spreading his love and passion for art in the city of Atlanta. He attended the City College of San Francisco for Illusion and Photography before moving on to pursue his career in Atlanta. He started out as a self taught painter for three years, then moving...
Kebu Commissiong is making history as the first African American artist and repertoire (A&R) director for UK’s number one music publisher, Sentric Music. He is also the founder and CEO of Team Titan DJs, a disk jockey community and collective, now residing in Atlanta. He has worked with some of...
The Black Depot is the number one supplier of African American art, gifts, collectibles, and home decor. The depot believes that their products can be used to turn houses into homes, motivate and inspire, and spread love, peace, and happiness.  While shopping with Black Art Depot, you will be shopping...
Our Artist of the Week, Sheila Pree Bright, has made her mark in the city. She is an award-winning photographer known for her works such as “Plastic Bodies,” “Young Americans,” and, her most recent series, “#1960Now,” a collection of photographs of civil rights activists and Black Lives Matter protests...
Atlanta-based, contemporary artist Stacy Brown's drive and passion have led him to a 22-year-long career of success — with most of his art being expressed through paper, canvases, and glass art. Brown’s art style is inspired by urban neighborhood schemes and traditional landscapes. He uses his roots in watercolor...
Tila Studios is a community working space for Black women artists in the heart of South Atlanta. This space is a hub for all things art where women of color can freely express themselves and get the exposure they need. In 2019, Tila Studios created a satellite location called the...
Jessica Care-Moore, an interdisciplinary artist who was born and raised right here in Detroit, made history in 1995 when she was the first artist to win the Showtime at the Apollo showcase five weeks in a row. Growing up, she spent her time daydreaming while staring at the sky,...
Why It’s Still So Important For The Future of Our Youth As young people transition back to school at such a time as the existing global pandemic, there is bountiful room for more discussions on the state of our children, their futures, and how we must craft further avenues for...
This Week’s Artist of the week is a storyteller, championing the power of cultural diversity to create visual narratives that are both relatable and refreshing.  View this post on Instagram A...
Meet Basil Watson our #ArtistOfTheWeek. As an artist and sculptor, Watson looks at art as “the harmonious expression of one’s vision of life.” Watson has made many appearances, including at the 2004 China Changchun Sculpture Symposium, 2010 Festival of international Sculpture in Guatemala, and 2017 Sculpture at the River...
This week’s #ArtistOfTheWeek goes to Jamaal Barber, @jbarberstudio. An artist and printmaker exploring Black identity, Barber’s primary medium is printmaking. His wood cuts and mixed media prints have been featured in many local Atlanta shows, including the Decatur Arts Festival, Atlanta Print Biennial Show and more. He’s also done...
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