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Carnegie Hall: Afrofuturism Festival
ISE-DA as a Cultural Partner
ISE-DA has been selected as a cultural partner for Carneigie Hall’s Afrofuturism festival.
February and March, 2022
Private Event: New Collectors Evening
ISE-DA x 52 Walker
ISE-DA held a New Collectors Evening for Black Professionals at 52 Walker, the newest David Zwirner space. Ebony L. Haynes provided our guests with a tour of their current exhibition by Nikita Gale, End of Subject.
January 27, 2022
Private Event: Cultural Stewardship & Art Collecting
ISE-DA x Newell Brands
ISE-DA held a corporate presentation for Newell Brands that dicussed Cultural Stewardship through Art Collecting. In this presentation, our discussion ranged from the art market landscape to why it is important for Black professionals to be stewards of culture.
November 11, 2021
A Discussion with John Jennings
Join ISE-DA for a discussion on the Ethno-Gothic in Black Visual Arts Culture as a part of our Black Speculative Arts Project. The conversation will take place Tuesday, November 2nd at 6:30 PM ET. We will be joined by John Jennings.
John Jennings is a professor, author, graphic novelist, curator, Harvard Fellow, New York Times Bestseller, 2018 Eisner Winner, and all-around champion of Black culture.
November 2, 2021
A Panel with Dr. Joni Boyd Acuff and Reynaldo Anderson
Join ISE-DA in kicking off the Black Speculative Arts Project with a discussion on Afro-futurism and Black visual arts culture. The conversation will take place this Wednesday, October 6th at 6:30 PM ET. We will be joined by Dr. Joni Boyd Acuff and Dr. Reynaldo Anderson.
Dr. Joni Boyd Acuff is a Professor of Art Education at The Ohio State University. Dr. Reynaldo Anderson is a professor of Africology and African American Studies at Temple University and the executive director of the Black Speculative Arts Movement (BSAM).
October 6, 2021
Co-hosted by ISE-DA x Grace Gardner
On February 9 2021, HBO debuts a feature-length film that explores how two centuries of art by African-Americans forged a path for contemporary Black artists. Black Art: In the Absence of Light is compiled from interviews with contemporary artists, scholars, and curators and was inspired by David C. Driskell's 1976 exhibition "Two Centuries of Black American Art." This comprehensive exhibition corrected the exclusionary art historical record and staked a claim for the contributions of black and African-American artists.
The ISE-DA team will be hosting a discussion on the documentary with Atlanta arts administrator Grace Gardner. February 18, 2020