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1 New exhibit showcases Black American artists
2 Sculptor will be 1st Black woman to represent US at Biennale
3 In Appreciation of Camille Billops and Her Films
4 Camille Billops, Maker of Unflinching Documentary Films, Is Dead at 85
5 Princeton U. online series celebrates Black women experimental filmmakers
6 Camille Billops (1933–2019)
7 Camille Billops | I Am Black, I Am Black, I Am Dangerously Black (1973) | Available for Sale
8 Emory remembers James V. Hatch, collector of African American arts and activism
9 James Hatch, Archivist of Black Theater, Dies at 91
10 Latest News in African American Art: Camille Billops (1933-2019), Joe Overstreet (1933-2019)
11 The Films of Women's Liberation | by Phoebe Chen
12 Archivist of black theater dies at 91 | News |
13 Billops-Hatch archives of African American arts materials to be on display at Emory
14 Photos: 'Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch'
15 Lifting Every Voice
16 Exhibit on African American art and culture takes flight at Woodruff Library
17 Camille Billops | Art Auction Results
18 "Explorations of Self: Black Portraiture" to open in Hanes Gallery
19 Pellom McDaniels III, a man of many talents, passes away unexpectedly – Decaturish – Locally sourced news
20 Female Gaze, Brothers by One among ASC new exhibits
21 James V. Hatch, Archivist of Black Theater, Has Passed Away at 91
22 Criterion Streaming Free Movies By and About Black Voices
23 Community Connections
24 The Year in Screens: The Defining Moving-Image and Digital Works of 2019
25 CLEAR THE FLOOR Black Skating Goes Deep | The Crusader Newspaper Group
26 ‘Stony the Road We Trod’ on view at museum
27 29 Best Documentaries to Stream: 100+ Years of Black Defiance in Movies
28 Nina Kuo Pays Homage To Lives Lost With Sculpture
29 What to Stream: An Extraordinary Series on Women Filmmakers Comes to the Criterion Channel
30 New Criterion Channel Movies in May 2020
31 Art World Deaths 2019: In Memoriam
32 ‘Stony exhibit at Georgia Museum of Art features African American works
33 Art Industry News: Helena Bonham Carter Is Now Dating a (Brainy) ‘Art Boy’ Too + Other Stories
34 Burkett to share stories of collecting Rose Library's African American materials
35 National Gallery to host Bermuda Biennial
36 Rose Library Honors Curator Randall Burkett's Career
37 In Memoriam: Remembering Those the Art World Has Lost in the Coronavirus Pandemic [UPDATED]
38 ‘One Way or Another: Black Women’s Cinema, 1970-1991’ Review: Pioneering Diversity on Screen
39 Rewriting Film History with Two Decades of Black Women's Cinema
40 A Point in Time in African-American Art | Arts and Culture
41 The Arts & Science Center puts Pine Bluff on the map of the art world
42 Frieze New York: Franklin Sirmans is Channeling Just Above Midtown Gallery and the Pioneering Vision of Linda Goode Bryant
43 2019 Whitney Biennial: The Museum as a Site of Protest
44 Anjulet Tucker: Embracing the community of Chicago Steppin in Atlanta | Emory University | Atlanta, GA
45 Retrospective: The Latest News in Black Art – Camille Ann Brewer Joins GWU Textile Museum, Rosa Parks House Considered Art
46 All the Movies Made Available to Watch Free in Support of Black Lives Matter
47 Black Radical Women: This Spring, Several Group Shows Bring Together Works by African American Female Artists
48 Culture Type: The Year in Black Art 2019
49 Crossing The Streams: May 2020 On Mubi, The Criterion Channel, OVID.TV And More
50 ‘Tell It Like It Is,’ a Chapter of New York From 1968 to ’86
51 New to Streaming: Uncut Gems, The Vast of Night, Studio Ghibli & More
52 Artist Toyin Ojih Odutola Finally Gets Her Due at the Whitney
53 Carceral Aesthetics: The Conditions of Making Art in Prison
54 Critical Discussion Transforms Art: Haile Gerima, the L.A. Rebellion, and Cinema as Life
55 Artist, civil rights activist's family papers at Emory now open
56 In the Film World, Who Speaks When She Speaks?
57 Essential Black Cinema Movies, According to Black Directors
58 Theaster Gates to respond to Emory students' work in 'The Art Sermon'
59 Review: 'Altina' a straightforward tribute to Altina Schinasi
60 Writer Pearl Cleage places her archive at Emory
61 The Black American Women Who Made Their Own Art World
62 Find of a lifetime: Abandoned artworks form basis of compelling show at Arkansas museum
63 This Afro-Cuban Masterpiece From Sara Gomez, Cuba’s First Female Director, Is Screening in Brooklyn
64 58th Venice Biennale: Arthur Jafa Wins Golden Lion Award, Top Artist Prize
65 ‘Altina,’ a Documentary About a Schinasi Family Heiress
66 'The meddling class' finds its righteous voice at East Side Freedom Library
67 David Hammons
68 Whose Nation? The Art of Black Power | by Nell Irvin Painter
69 October: 10 things to do for $10 or less | Emory University | Atlanta, GA
70 Buzzfeed: Atlanta’s Fahamu Pecou created one of 2019’s best book covers
71 On Such a Night as This: A Celebration of African American Art Opens at New York's ACA Galleries
72 Black art: a neverending story
73 50 Essential African-American Independent Films
74 This Necessary New Exhibition Highlights the Activism of Black Female Artists
75 Latest News in African American Art: Ntozake Shange Has Died, Torkwase Dyson at Colby College, Dutch Pavilion at 2019 Venice Biennale & More
76 Leah Chase, Pioneering Creole Chef and Passionate Art Collector, Has Died at 96
77 2016 additions to the National Film Registry
78 The 20 Most Influential Young Curators in the United States
79 April Exhibitions: Mark Bradford Pays Homage to Clyfford Still, Plus 'Black Radical Women,' Radcliffe Bailey, Deana Lawson, Nari Ward, Terry Adkins, and More
80 Charlotte Celebrates Bearden
81 Culture Type: The Year in Black Art 2017
82 NAACP Begins Weeklong March to Jefferson City, Protesters Disrupt Brentwood Shopping
83 Veiled Threats?