Iman Mekonen, Spectrum Editor Lovers of history and art came together on Tuesday for the unveiling of “Rumors of War,” the newest artistic endeavor from […]
It’s been 400 years since Europeans brought the first enslaved African people to the shores of North America, to what is now Virginia. Since then, African and African American artists have used every possible medium to express sorrow, joy and fear. But until recently, black creators have received little recognition for their contributions to American culture as a whole.
Bold brush strokes, colors and the elements of nature made up the famous paintings of the impressionist era.