The ‘Black Lives Matter’ Street Art That Contain Multitudes
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An Interview with Artist Tijay Mohammed
Black Lives Matter street mural stretching across three Manhattan city blocks has been completed near City Hall
Ghanaian artist participates in Black Lives Matter mural In New York
New colorful, Giant Black Lives Matter mural in lower Manhattan
New Black Lives Matter mural unveiled
During his residency, artist Tijay Mohammed will lead a series of art workshops for the public inspired by Derrick Adams: Buoyant.
Materials for the Arts is pleased to present “Phase 2: See something, Say something” by MFTA Artist-in Residence Tijay Mohammed. Watch virtual 3D tour here.
Nō Studios will extend the discussion of social and economic inequity that we began in 2019 with The Lived Experience of Disenfranchisement.
The piece was created through interactive story circles with groups of immigrants promoting self-love and community.
His Royal Highness Muhammadu Sanusi II has always been a complete model for me as a young Muslim striving for change.
Bronx River Art Center’s exhibition covey needed love, support, and voices in the wake of this global pandemic.
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