10 Things to change Institutional Racism in White Organizations and Corporations by Atim Annnette Oton


Yesterday, I talked with a former student about what her company was doing about Black Lives Matter. She said they kept asking what they could do, and like most Black employees, she was remaining quiet, so, I gave her talking points she and her coworkers should ask for. Then, I wrote it out loud and… Read More 10 Things to change Institutional Racism in White Organizations and Corporations by Atim Annnette Oton

Our Covid-19 Response means Local Community Farm Shares


StayHome#StaySafe#6feetApart Dear all,  It’s been a hectic 6 weeks and we decided to stay quiet, listen and pay attention to the experts and to absorb the significant impact of Covid-19 and quarantine in New York and globally. The numbers of those lost is staggering, the numbers infected enormous and the lockdown is global.  As a… Read More Our Covid-19 Response means Local Community Farm Shares

JAMM REK: QUOTIDIEN SENEGAL by LAYLAH AMATULLAH BARRAYN


On Monday, the following press release will go out across the world. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Artur Jezak, Marketing Manager Phone: +44 2074 956 453 M: +48 668 480 400 Email: artur@makgallery.com JAMM REK: QUOTIDIEN SENEGAL by LAYLAH AMATULLAH BARRAYN, A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION IN VENICE On view: August 24 – September 10, 2019 Saturday August… Read More JAMM REK: QUOTIDIEN SENEGAL by LAYLAH AMATULLAH BARRAYN

GROUND GAME


SPECIAL OPENING EVENT: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 6PM RSVP: info@calabargallery.com GROUND GAME: THE THRILL OF BALLPLAY by Atim Annette Oton, curator, Calabar Gallery OPENS June 22 to July 15, 2018 . . OKAYSPACE GALLERY, 281 N. 7th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn Ground Game is a group exhibition of emerging and established artists from the African Diaspora creating… Read More GROUND GAME

African Art, Curation, Exhibitions, Art Fairs, the evolving Gallery, Bitcoins, and what’s next the Market?


The last several years has changed the art world in ways that are necessary, ways that make it apparent that there is a paradigm shift taking hold and in ways that heighten the need for a more sustainable change. Art is and has been a commodity. For African art, it has shifted in the last… Read More African Art, Curation, Exhibitions, Art Fairs, the evolving Gallery, Bitcoins, and what’s next the Market?