Black Lives Matter Arts+Culture expands and explores this moment in art culture that is reflective of the 1960s and 1970s when the Civil Rights, Black Power, and Women’s Rights Movements, and efforts to diversify art institutions, dominated the discourse.
We disrupt the status quo of the art world by uplifting emerging Black artists who speak audaciously, who are unafraid, and who stand in solidarity with the most marginalized among us. Artists who call on us to change the way we see ourselves and one another. Artists who center love, joy, dignity, and freedom.
In addition to uplifting Black artists, the Arts+Culture programs serve as a connection point to educate our communities on the intersection of art, culture, and politics. Through artistic expression and engagement, we will empower our communities, change the landscape, and inspire new realities.
The Provocateurs: A Master Series
The Provocateurs: A Master Series is a creative video series produced by Black Lives Matter Arts+Culture. The series features established artists and creatives from all fields who create within a politically radical framework. Artists give 12-minute TED-style talks about their practice and journey as a provocative Black artist.
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