Black Women in the Art Space
Black Women in the Art Space. White artists have held dominance in major art galleries and museums globally. According to the most recent top-earning contemporary artists, ALL of the top earners are white men.
When it comes to notable black contemporary artists, the majority of the prominent figures are black men. Where does this leave black female creatives?
In 2021 Artnoise started a shift for black female artists by giving them preference in its open program. The program creates opportunities for creatives to travel to Togo, South Africa, and Toronto to create and explore new avenues and opportunities for their creative careers.
The opportunity will allow participants to connect with African arts and cultures in a way that allows them to define their identity as creatives as well as tell powerful stories through art.
Since 2018, Artnoise has collaborated with FKA Twigs’ filmmaker, Anaka, Afroecletic duo OSHUN, Kenyan-based illustrator Verline Mosiria, Tunisian-based art collective Art solution, among others.
The opportunity prioritizes security and health welfare (especially post-COVID-19), skill-building, artistic focus, creative projects, networking with established galleries, curators, and other artists during each stay.
Learn more about it and reserve a spot here.
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