Edgar Arceneaux, Shaun Leonardo, Mckendree Key, and other artists share the creative methods they are using to engage and educate their children.
How can artists support themselves while keeping true to their values? Artist Edgar Arceneaux leads a workshop at the Broad.
Edgar Arceneaux complicates the viewer’s relationship to the history of blackface, and Yishai Jusidman depicts his particular vision of the Holocaust.
In Written in Smoke and Fire, Edgar Arceneaux reappropriates blackface and examines the legacy of a quasi-sacral figure in national history, Martin Luther King, Jr.