How else would I have made my way as an artist but to stumble into it and keep pushing forward when I didn’t see the way paved out ahead of me? When you don’t see yourself represented or there is active hostility to your presence within these spaces, you are forced out of necessity to carve out your own way.
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The Artist Spotlight series aims to celebrate creators at a time when art is being consumed the most. This week we sat down with two of the creators of Tone Study, a Black art and cultural commentary publication. Nana Adu Poku and Michael Nyarkoh shared the inspirations that led to the creation of their project, and offered insight on the future of live events and the essentiality of the arts and culture sector.
Criterion’s New Online Streaming Collections Celebrate Black Creators in Classic & Contemporary Film
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