National Museum of Natural History To Reopen June 18

New Exhibitions To Debut Through the Fall The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History will reopen to the public Friday, June 18, with new hours, free timed-entry passes and health-and-safety procedures in place. Visitors will see familiar displays, including the Hope Diamond and Nation’s T. rex, alongside a new contemporary art exhibition, “Unsettled Nature: Artists…

Sundance Institute Documentary Fund Grants 18 Projects

Stories from BIPOC and Women Directors Are Focus of Unrestricted Support The Sundance Institute announced the latest cohort of Sundance Institute Documentary Fund Grantees. A total of $590,000 in unrestricted grant support has been provided to 18 projects in various stages including five in development, eight in production, and five in post-production. Grants are made…

The Brain Mind

By Stephan Pisko The mind clings to duty and attachment a purpose of existing without this the body is shapeless mass. The brain is chemicals’ with electromagnetic neurons working together to form mental thoughts – emotions – feelings from the visual perception before our eyes some of these chemicals’ we do not have a name…

Happy Pride Month

In life there are certain things that words cannot describe. The past year has been beyond difficult and confusing. It has shown us that the world is not perfect. We as an global community have made mistakes, but it has also shown our humanity. We’ve been there, standing together as an community through the hardest…

An Inspiring Interview with AJ Ali, Producer of “Walking while Black: L.O.V.E. Is The Answer”

By Vernon Nickerson Good afternoon. Today it is my honor to be in conversation with AJ Ali, Producer of a powerful new documentary that is a must-see-and-discuss event for a global audience: “Walking While Black: L.O.V.E. is the Answer”. AJ kindly allowed us to have wonderfully diverse conversation with him Vernon Nickerson: Welcome to The…

Welcome To The Beginning Of Summer

There is no stopping summer from coming. Just as there is no preventing winter, spring or fall. There is no making them other than what they are. They are gifts from the universe. They are the records of our lives told in the seasons and for the season of summer it is a fulfillment of…

First Abject Allocated To Two Collections Under Acceptance In Lieu – National Gallery and Barber Institute of Fine Arts Acquire Lovis Corinth Portrait

A painting by the German artist Lovis Corinth (1858–1925) has been allocated in lieu of tax jointly to the National Gallery, London, and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham. The first object under the Acceptance in Lieu Scheme to have been allocated to more than one museum or collection, the picture will be displayed…

“They Still Want To Kill Us”

By Daniel Roumain Greenwood Black Wall StreetBlack OilGreen Money A young manMr. RowlandA younger womanMs. PageStumbled upon one anotherIn that elevator everything changed May 31, 192118 hoursA white mobEngulfed with white rage Burn it downBurn it all downA white man runnin’ with red blood on his hands Bring it downBring it all downA school, the…

Tragedy Not Yet

By Stephan Pisko Yes I can imagine but really this is not even a “tragedy” as of yet what would minds’ do in a case of tragedy? Humans’ have dealt with suffering in the past and has conquered somewhat I can say logically that most of what minds’ are currently experiencing are a “greed birthing”…

Capital One City Parks Foundation Summer Stage Anywhere Presents the World Premiere of “They Still Want to Kill Us”in conjunction with Arts Organizations from around the Country

An Uncensored Aria performed and composed by Daniel Bernard Roumain Featuring mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges and directed by multimedia artist Yoram Savion Commemorating centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre and marking one year since the murder of George Floyd Premiering May 25, 8PM ET at SummerStageAnywhere.org Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage Anywhere is proud…