Opening in Manhattan on May 20, this photography fair will bring together 49 galleries from nine countries and 23 cities across the US and around the world.
This multi-venue festival features over 70 artworks ranging from interactive installation and sound performance to video and augmented reality.
The 2022 festival includes exhibitions and installations by artists including Tyler Mitchell, Sunil Gupta, Mahtab Hussain, Brendan George Ko, Aïda Muluneh, and more.
This public work about home and migration closes on April 16 with a celebration featuring an artist talk and performances by poet Quincy Troupe and saxophonist David Murray.
On March 24, poet Fred Moten and musicians Brandon and Cecilia Lopez will accompany Jones on an experimental program interweaving visual and sonic arts.
The fair kicks off its 20th anniversary celebrations in New York with its Spring Edition, taking place in Chelsea from March 23 through March 27.
After two years of online-only festivals, the AAFF will return to the Michigan Theater in Downtown Ann Arbor from March 22 to 27.
With Afrofuturist awareness, Jeyifous’s multimedia works interrogate the relationship between building design, the community, and the environment.
This Tax Talk will help you know how to avoid a tax catastrophe, when to get help, and what a good tax experience looks like.
After watching this film about Indigenous women’s influence on the early US women’s rights movement, viewers can check out a panel with the director and subjects.
The 2022 Arnold Newman Lecture is free with registration and will take place virtually on March 3 at 12pm (EST).
In Out of Time, co-presented with the National Asian American Theater Company, the first all-Asian American cast over the age of 60 performs new monologues by award-winning playwrights.