“For decades, Black artists have been overlooked
and underrepresented in mainstream museums and arts institutions. This discrepancy has led many artists and entrepreneurs to take the initiative to create alternative spaces and develop organizations that provide a myriad of opportunities for artists to thrive.
This week ADAMA Art Salon hosts a conversation with leaders of 3 amazing organizations that step up to fill the void. Our conversation will explore the need for and role of non-traditional spaces in advancing African Diaspora art and artists.