Regraming from @press_press_bmore and @dirt.dmv
Last night at the WPA was a ton of fun. Thanks to everyone who came out to listen to the conversation! ・・・
Regram @dirt.dmv had such a blast talking with special people tonight. Thank you for organizing @paper_cuts_zines @wpadc 💕🌱
Happy Friday! So excited for the weekend! I used to get really anxious and stressed when we had a weekend packed with events and plans, but I’ve been feeling quite the opposite of that lately. Feeling lucky and blessed in my life and excited for this weekend with some of my favorite people. Next week I’ll continue exploring this watercolor series I’m working on. Until then ☘️🍻🎉
Sunday at 3pm: Artist R. Luke DuBois speaks at NAS about his exhibition Love in the Time of Data. ❤️💗 You’ll have time to explore the galleries before and after his talk. Google his TED talk and get excited! Details and registration via profile link. Photo 📸 by @jtalasek. #duboisdata#cpnas
In Adolph #Gottlieb ’s pictograph works, he juxtaposed abstract symbols with more universally recognized symbols like arrows, circles, and triangles. “The Seer,” on view in #TenAmericans , is one of the largest & last works in Gottlieb’s series of over 500 pictograph works.
Pop Up time at Union Market this weekend! Catch me there Saturday & Sunday 11-7 selling my illustrated feast prints collection and my two cookbooks. We’ll be setting up by @buffaloandbergen 11-7pm Sat, Sun.
Dope talk by Professor Nwando Achebe (Daughter of Chinua Achebe) and Victor Ekpuk (DC based Nigerian-American contemporary artist who designed the cover art for the 60th anniversary edition of Achebe’s trilogy, Things Fall Apart, No Longer at Ease, and Arrow of God.) #ThingsFallApart#DCArts#DCArtists#IgboKwenu
Tonight we held an intimate dinner in the Trinidad Theatre catered by @dcvegancatering Artists and Curators who we serve spoke about their experiences with Fringe and what they need from Fringe in the future #signtson2020 It was a meaningful and expanding night.
Reminder!!!!! #Repost @mahoganybooks with @get_repost
Be Empowered! Be Inspired. Tonight Washington, DC, you’re up! Join us for a special meet & greet with Black Girls Rock founder Beverly Bond at our store in DC inside the Anacostia Arts Center. No RSVP required. As always books purchased via our site or at the event will be autographed. ✊🏾🖤📚