Daily Archive: August 1, 2021

In Washington DC, Black-owned art galleries redefine spaces of belonging in a changing city

Skylar Mitchell

Over the course of the last century, Washington, DC has positioned itself as a leader in arts and culture. The nation’s capital is home to a network of several dozen museums and galleries, including more than 20 devoted primarily to exhibiting visual art. Only a handful of galleries are Black-owned.

Mehari Sequar, owner of the eponymous gallery in Northeast Washington, DC, operates one of the few galleries in the city that focuses on highlighting the many layers of Black life. In partnership with head curator Chioma Agbaraji, Sequar is dedicated to “articulating global narratives by examining

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Wall Artwork And House Decor

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The border is viewed as U.S. vs Mexico, but it’s an Indigenous place too

I’ve spent two weeks tooling around the country in an old Honda while surviving on truck stop coffee and blasting Mexican Institute of Sound’s “Disco Popular.” I saw art. I saw architecture. And I ate a ginormous sopaipilla.

I’m Carolina A. Miranda, arts and urban design columnist at the Los Angeles Times and I’m baaaaaack with your weekly dose of culture news — as well as your essential guide to all things cacio e pepe.

Reckoning with the modern border

Exhibitions about the U.S.-Mexico border can often take on the feel of bilateral dispute. There is the

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La Mesa to form new committee focused on culture diversity, arts

The La Mesa City Council unanimously voted this week to create a commission that focuses on the arts and culture diversity.

The new panel will promote the visual arts, music and performing arts, be attentive to the design of buildings and structures, and consider new technologies related to art and cultural history.

Resident Manuel Gomez said the new panel will “create a measure of commonality that will help bring us together and create constructive change that we so desperately want.”

Mayor Mark Arapostathis said forming a commission takes about 90 days. City staff said it hoped the

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