Tag: Expression

Navigating Our Lives Through Art, Creative Expression

AMPLIFYING THE VOICES OF DIVERSE ARTISTS. The new “We Are the Chippewa Valley” project aims to amplify the voices of BIPOC artists in the Chippewa Valley.  When Erin O’Brien sought artists who – like her – had a wake-up call when it came to their health and aimed to heal by creating art, she found Tanya Meyer, Susan Carew Johnson, and C. V. Peterson. ...

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“The Dirty South” Sees Hip-Hop as Art Form Central to Black Expression – ARTnews.com

“The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse” surveys the past hundred years of artistic expression by Black artists who have lived or worked in the American South. The exhibition claims that the culture and aesthetics of Southern hip-hop constitutes an American art form. It firmly situates the musical genre within the lineages of interdisciplinary Black cultural production, including and referencing ...

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Local artist paints her path through self expression

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Tatiana Kitchen is a local artist hoping to inspire people here in Jacksonville and across the country through her work.“It’s something I enjoy because it’s always been a means of self-expression.”It wasn’t until roughly six years ago that she started painting professionally.“Well I graduated high school, I started college thinking I wanted to be a psychiatrist then after a semester in ...

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Lake County News,California – ‘Expidoxos: Writing for Expression, Healing and Growth’ planned Nov. 21

Cliff Lloyd. Courtesy photo. MIDDLETOWN, Calif. – The Middletown Art Center invites community members to participate in “Expidoxos: Writing for Expression, Healing and Growth,” a creative writing workshop this Saturday, Nov. 21, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. on Zoom. Writer, musician and photographer Cliff Lloyd will guide participants in a writing and reflection process that experiments with technique, helpful writing habits and various ways ...

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‘Artists 4 Black Lives’ Juneteenth Event To Share Expression And Hope

Credit: Christina Perry Above: Eboni Muse (pictured at left) performs with Carla BaNu Dejesus (center) and Tanika Baptiste (right) as Hear Her Roar at the Black Women’s March in an undated photograph. When local stage actor, performer and singer Eboni Muse decided to plan an art-based event tackling racism and systemic injustice, it all started with silence and big questions. "Some organizations were not ...

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