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African American Artists
An on-line portal for both African American Artists and African American History.
African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning
A wonderful electronic exhibition catalog of African Art
maintained by the Bayly Art Museum of the University of
Virginia at Charlottesville.
African-inspired home decor, products, books, resources and
African Sand Stained Glass
Artwork from artist Angela Smith
Afrocentric Art Gallery
Featuring the works of Evens Christopher Merine
The Black Art Directory
Beautiful and Inspirational Africa and African American Art
Brian Owens Art
Sculptor, Painter, Portrait Artist and maker of African American Sculpture
Cora Marshall Online Gallery
Features both original paintings and limited edition Giclee prints.
Additional works are also available at
Cora Marshall's Portfolio Gallery.
Portraits by Ron Stephens, father of Grammy Award winning
singer, songwriter, pianist, producer, John Legend.
Specializing in contemporary home accents, tableware and jewelry
created by some of South Africa's most talented artisans.
Online Gallery of South and East African Tribal Art including
Zulu, Shona, Tsonga, Xhosa and Ndebele artifacts.
A collection of framed art, journals, stationary and Rose's Wood
Photographer and creator of the one-man traveling exhibition,
"Women of a New Tribe".
National Museum of African Art
The National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution,
features African art from antiquity to the present.
October Gallery (Philadelphia, PA)
African American Art
African-American art radio broadcasts from Philadelphia's October Gallery.
Photographic Interior Decorator
One of a kind fabric art that speaks to the heart.
Pan African Connection
Art Gallery, Bookstore and Resource Center – The Best Short Trip to Africa Without Getting on an Airplane
Funktionally unique handcrafted art which is a visual cornucopia
of innovation, optical illusions and iridescent illustrations.
Gifts From the Earth
Black Film Center/Archive (BFCA)
The BFC/A is a repository of films and related materials
by and about African Americans.
An online resource which links the Black film community while cultivating national and international audiences interested in their work.
The Black Hollywood Education & Resource Center
A non-profit, public benefit organization designed to advocate, educate, research, develop and preserve the history, as well as the future, of Blacks in film and television.
Post your comments on the best and worst movies!
An independent media production company specializing in historical
documentaries for television. Their recent production
The First Black Britons" was broadcast on BBC Television.
African-American Repertory Theater (DeSoto, TX)
African Heritage in Classical Music - A Web site featuring
composers and musicians of African descent.
Afrocentric Voices in "Classical" Music
Information on African American performers and composers and on the music forms they influenced, especially opera, art songs and spiritual arrangements. The site includes extensive bibliographies, biographies and music links.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Artist and Elaine Thornton Foundation for the Arts (Dallas, TX)
The Black Academy of Arts and Letters (Dallas, TX)
Blacken Blues Theater (Dallas, TX)
African American Theater in Dallas
Dallas Black Dance Theatre (Dallas, TX)
DBDT is the oldest, continuously operating, professional dance
company in Dallas.
The Dance Theater of Harlem (New York, NY)
A Neoclassic Dance Company
Daniel D. (Violinist)
The Ebony Strings Quartet
The Ensemble Theatre (Houston, TX)
Fountainhead® Tanz Theatre / Black International Cinema (Berlin, Germany)
Freedom Theatre (Philadelphia, PA)
Harlem Symphony Orchestra
Jubilee Theatre (Ft. Worth, TX)
Nuttin' But Stringz
Brothers Damien and Tourie Escobar, bridging the gap between
hip hop and classical music.
Violist, Violinist and the
Punch Family Foundation
Strings of Color (Plano, TX)
TeCo Theatrical Productions, Inc (Dallas, TX)
The UniverSoul Circus
The Most Soulful Show on Earth
The Young Eight
Updated February 11, 2020
Donald L. Hinson, Jr.