Tag Archives: Art

Paule Marshall Resting in Power 1929-2019

August has been a rough month for us lovers of the word. A couple of weeks ago, the great Toni Morrison took her place amongst the ancestors. A few days ago, on August 12th, the incomparable Paule Marshall joined her. … Continue reading

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Eastern Market and the DIA

  Ever since I moved to this part of the U.S. I’ve wanted to learn more about Detroit than simply that it was the home of Motown–a feat in itself. I knew that it had once been a hub of … Continue reading

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The Artists of Ecole Nationale des Arts

My first day in Ayiti on April 13th I heard about an art celebration happening downtown at the Ecole Nationale des Arts. Serge and I quickly made our way down and were treated to a spectacular show of solidarity and … Continue reading

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Timoun Rezistans

4/16/10 I spent almost the entire day with Eugene. Serge and I went downtown around 9:30. We took pictures of Sacre Coeur and St. Trinity. We then headed over to Eugene’s—ended up staying there for hours. On the way there … Continue reading

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Indigo Arts Gallery: Photographers Helping Haiti

A silent auction benefit for Haitian Earthquake Relief will take place at Indigo Arts Gallery in Philadelphia to coincide with the Society for Photographic Education conference, on Friday, March 5, 2010, from 6 to 9pm. Noted photographer Phyllis Galembo has … Continue reading

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