African American Artists & Designers for 2014, Part 2

by Fred Showker

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Welcome to our 19th annual Black History Month surf, where we have a look at outstanding contributions to art and design from the black community. We've enjoyed researching this year's lineup, and hope you enjoy the next four pages of resources. Also, don't forget to pick up your free -- follow along : Black History Month One on One: Exploring the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists Black History Month Worldwide Graphic Design: How Different Nationalities Design Black History Month Terrifying, Strange and Beautiful - Live Unchained Black History Month Carry my heart ... it's too heavy for me Black History Month Neourbian Art for the Masses Black History Month Patrick Amara
and more! Enjoy :

Worldwide Graphic Design: How Different Nationalities Design

DTG Magazine Celebrates Black History Month

This is part two of a series at 1stWebDesigner.com spotlighting graphic design from around the world, from Scandinavia, Israel, Russia and Africa.
      The works of South African Design, Carel de Beer, and Garth Walker are featured in a gallery of wonderful design. Be sure to click the "screen" button below.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : By Rachel Arandilla for 1stWebDesigner
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One on One: Exploring the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists

DTG Magazine Celebrates Black History Month

The best way to get to know a city or a neighborhood is by walking its streets.
      Abbotsford, designed in 1872 by Alden Frink in the Gothic Revival style is home to a gem known as the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists. The grand mansion has served many purposes in the past which include a disciplinary school for boys in the Boston Public School system.
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Terrifying, Strange and Beautiful - Live Unchained

DTG Magazine Celebrates Black History Month

Incorporated in 2009 by Kathryn Buford, Live Unchained was born out of the desire to preserve, share and honor the diverse voices and experiences of black women across continents through our creative takes on art and life.
      Live Unchained also provides creative consultation, cultural programs, content and event services to universities, corporations and various organizations that develop initiatives and programming concerning women, professional development, youth, art, international issues and social change.
READ THIS REPORT Full story : Live Unchained
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Now, follow Carry my heart ... it's too heavy for me, Patrick Amara, and more . . .

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