Tag: black history

SEPIA Exhibition: A Legacy in Photography

“Sepia magazine began in Fort Worth, Texas in 1947 as Negro Achievements, a magazine highlighting African American success articles and featuring reader-submitted true confessions stories. In 1951, two years after the death of its black founder, Horace J. Blackwell, Sepia found new leadership in white business mogul, George Levitan. With Levitan’s guidance, …

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One Step Ahead Artist Talk June 17 at SDCC

“One Step Ahead”

Artist Talk
Sat. June 17, 2017 3:00pm – 5:00pm

One Step Ahead is a joint exhibition by Lyndon Barrois Jr. and Kahlil Robert Irving, that excavates a pivotal period of American culture and politics, examining loss as a stifling of progress. Reflecting on the affects of the …

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Emmanuel Gillespie opens Jan. 17 at SDCC

Emmanuel Gillespie opens new show this weekend!
“Middle Passage”

Emmanuel Gillespie, well known Dallas visual artist, has been exhibiting for over 20 years. His public art work can be seen in South Dallas thanks to DART’s Art Program and the City of Dallas’ Public Art Program. This exhibition “Middle Passage” represents his …

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