Artivism is happy to announce a new show at PV North Campus that will run from September 2019 to December 2019. More Details to come. Advertisements
The call for scholarship related to Black Speculative Art is now open for the upcoming conference at The Houston Museum of African American Culture on February 8-9, 2020. In order to present scholars and artist must purchase the registration ticket on Eventbrite and complete the registration form. If you have any questions or need more…
Wear Orange Day is a national event to recognize gun violence survivors. In Houston, on June June 8 in 5th Ward’s Finnigan Park, a family-friendly day in the park invited the community out to participate in workshops, student performances, and Artivism Community Art’s community mural project. The event featured a “Survivors’ Space” – an area…
In this episode titled Artivism – Artist, Entrepreneur and Author Schetauna discusses her new novel The Experimental City, the impact of Jean-Michel Basquiat on her work and her recent series such as What We Are Not Allowed To Express.
The Film Showing and Panel Discussions of BSAM Houston brings the academic focus to the conference.
An insight into the Exhibition “Curating Across Borders” co-curated by Schetauna Powell and Ashura Lovelady
Part of the Black Future is supporting Black businesses. BSAM Houston had a wide variety of entrepreneurs offering their businesses as models for what the Black Future looks like.
The community and Home School workshops brought long standing cultural pillars in the Houston community together to pass on knowledge of a lifetime to the next generation. The community workshops made up the fabric and atmosphere of the Curating Across Borders Project opening day. Whether it is the African Martial Arts Workshop offered by Fundi…
The community mural asks participants to engage in Andrinkra symbols
Take a closer look at The AfroFuture Conference by clicking the images.