The Black Art Depot Today

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Country:United States
State/Province:Georgia
Location:Atlanta

The Black Art Depot Today is a blog that focuses on keeping all people interested in African American and other ethnic art informed of what is going on in the ethnic art industry.



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In 1867, when Black Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry regiments arrived in the southwest Texas frontier, only a few settlers and adventurers had dared to enter the area. Comanches and Kiowas ruled the Edwards Plateau, Llano Estacado, and High Plai...

Albert Jose “Doc” Jones is an amazing individual. His personal accomplishments and the accomplishments of the organizations he founded are uplifting and inspiring. It feels as if he should be household name and we want to do our part to m...

Albert Jose “Doc” Jones is an amazing person. His personal accomplishments and the accomplishments of the organizations he founded are uplifting and inspiring. It feels as if he should be a household name. We want to recognize his achieve...

Ernest Eugene Barnes Jr. was born July 15, 1938, in a poor section (“the bottom”) of Durham, North Carolina. His father, Ernest Barnes Sr., worked as a shipping clerk at Liggett Myers Tobacco Company and his mother, Fannie Mae Geer, was e...

On May 26, 2012 over 1,000 people traveled to Ross Pendercraft Park in Fort Smith, Arkansas for the unveiling of the Bass Reeves Monument. The monument entitled “Into the Territory” features Bass Reeves on horseback, holding a rifle and h...

President Franklin Roosevelt authorized the construction of the Alaska-Canada Highway (ALCAN) in 1942 to connect Alaska to the continental United States. In the event of a Japanese invasion, the ALCAN highway would be necessary to protect Alaska. Civ...

I still remember growing up and seeing the Last Supper painting hanging prominently in my home as a child. I believe it was a reproduction of the version painted by Davinci himself. It was passed down from my great-grandmother to my grandmother and e...