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Souls Grown Deep Foundation is dedicated to documenting, preserving, and promoting the artwork of artists from the African American South
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 22
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 20
African American Artists Are More Visible Than Ever. So Why Are Museums Giving Them Short Shrift? | artnet News
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 18
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Art Museum Directors Sep 18
. Foundation, which is dedicated to preserving and promoting work by African American artists from the South, is kicking off a new program to offer undergraduate students of color paid internships:
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 17
Review: Good Music, but Julia Bullock Makes It Great
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 17
Board Chair Mary Margaret Pettway named 2018 Alabama Humanities Fellow. Hear her speak at Alabama Colloquium
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 17
Panel Talk: Celebrating Quilts
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 14
From a Comedian to an Economist to a Rockstar, We Asked 15 Culturally Plugged-in People to Tell Us Their Must-See Fall Art Shows | artnet News
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 12
Foundation Launches a New Paid Internship Program for Students of Color | artnet News
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SoulsGrownDeep Sep 11
With His Work Heading to Next Year’s Venice Biennale, the Late Artist Purvis Young Transcends the ‘Outsider’ Label | artnet News
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SoulsGrownDeep Aug 30
in "Epic Abstraction: Pollock to Herrera" opening November 28, 2018
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Robin Pogrebin Aug 8
‘American museums need to do a better job of hiring, cultivating, retaining and promoting curators of color’; My piece on how institutions are trying.
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SoulsGrownDeep Aug 6
Thornton Dial and Looking Good for the Price
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SoulsGrownDeep Aug 6
The Warhol Foundation puts $3.6 million toward art for social good
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ArchivesAmericanArt Jul 17
The papers of Washington, D.C. painter and art educator Alma Thomas have been fully digitized: Image Citation: Photograph of Alma Thomas at Whitney Museum of American Art exhibition opening, 1972
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SoulsGrownDeep Jul 14
exhibition highlights VMFA acquisition of African-American works
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SoulsGrownDeep Jul 11
Watch the new video from Lonnie Holley which features artwork from members of the Foundation, dedicated to documenting, preserving, and promoting the contributions of artists from the African American South.
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The Art Newspaper Jun 30
Three to see: New York—Celebrate Independence Day with Norman Rockwell’s 1943 Four Freedoms series , the collection and the 's La Frontera jewellery show
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SoulsGrownDeep Jun 30
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SoulsGrownDeep Jun 29
"While the art market has historically been more reluctant than institutions to give up on rigid categorization, this quiet revolution may find its way there soon, too." , Now a Museum Sensation, Is Poised to Break Out
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