Native Thinghood

Inspired by youth culture and the black experience, NativeThinghood propels artistic growth with collective intentions.

Indigenous is endogenous.
Afrofuturists of tomorrowland.

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Friday, June 15 at 7:30.  BYO food, drink & blanket for an intimate night of film viewing.  Afterwards, we’ll be heading to Wine & Bowties’ “All Night Long" to get down.
RSVP ONLY at nativethinghoodS@gmail.com.
Thanks Khylin! View high resolution

Friday, June 15 at 7:30.  BYO food, drink & blanket for an intimate night of film viewing.  Afterwards, we’ll be heading to Wine & Bowties’ “All Night Long" to get down.

RSVP ONLY at nativethinghoodS@gmail.com.

Thanks Khylin!

Coral Cities, 2007Ink, watercolour, gold leaf, cut paper and plasticine on Ebony Magazine page 32.5 x 25 cm /12 3/4 x 9 7/8 in View high resolution

Coral Cities, 2007
Ink, watercolour, gold leaf, cut paper and plasticine on Ebony Magazine page 
32.5 x 25 cm /12 3/4 x 9 7/8 in

Watch Play on PBS. See more from ART:21.

Ellen Gallagher on PBS’s Art21.  Her ideas on sequential vs. spacial readings and nostalgia piqued my interest.

An excellent panel discussion with Robin D. G. Kelley, Jacqueline Stewart and Daniel Widener about Black Los Angeles and the Now Dig This! exhibit, which closes this weekend at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.  This discussion is moderated by the exhibit’s curator, Kellie Jones.  It is long, but so worth it. 

To celebrate the closing of Now Dig This!, the Hammer will be offering special programs related to the exhibit all weekend (January 6-8, 2012).

really hoping this gets wide distribution.  it’s debuting at sundance this month.  for more info, click here.

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