I found god in myself: a celebration of Dr. Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls: Houston Museum of African American Culture:

Mar 10-Apr 15, 2017

‘I found god in myself: a celebration of Dr. Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls, curated by Peter “Souleo” Wright. The conceptual exhibit celebrates the genre-bending, award-winning choreopoem/play, for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf, which debuted on Broadway in 1976.
Each work honors an individual poem and underscores their enduring significance in highlighting issues impacting the lives of women of color such as sexuality, race, sisterhood, violence and self-love depicted in and inspired by former University of Houston professor Ntozake Shange’s work.
“This exhibition underscores the conversation Dr. Shange started, extending the legacy and impact of her work into the visual arts medium,” explains Souleo, curator of i found god in myself. “The issues surrounding love, sexuality, gender equality, racial identity, and, ultimately, self-love explored by her work remain relevant today,” said Souleo.
The exhibition will also include archival material that highlights the creation and evolution of the original text from its 1974 California debut to its Broadway run from the Barnard Archives and Special Collections at Barnard College.
Opening – March 10 – April 15, 2017
Art Lecture: Peter “Souleo” Wright
March 11, 2017 – 2-3pm
Houston Museum of African American Culture
4807 Caroline
Houston, TX, 77004

Not That Hard 

March 3rd through April 2nd, 2017

At Brooklyn Fire Proof’s Temporary Storage gallery,
119 Ingraham St., ground floor, Brooklyn NY 11237

Opening Reception: Friday, March 3rd, 6 to 10pm
Friday through Monday 12 to 6

Orit Ben-Shitrit
Michael Paul Britto
Oasa DuVerney
Chelsea Knight

Momenta Art’s first postbrick and mortar exhibition will be the group exhibition Not That Hard, including the work of Orit Ben-Shitrit, Michael Paul Britto, Oasa DuVerney, and Chelsea Knight. This exhibition will present perspectives on maleness from the perspective of individuals that lie outside of dominant stereotypes, whose work problematizes the complexities of male power and the spectrum of gender roles.


Michael Paul Britto, “Intertwined #1” Arches, Cut Magazine Paper 9 x 12 in. 2015

“Something In The Way Of Things”

Michael Paul Britto

September 24–December 19, 2015

Opening Reception Thursday, September 24, 6–9pm

Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art

591 Broad Street

Newark, NJ 07102-4403

PPR_Skylight Gallery_FINAL

Skylight Gallery

Friday, September 25th, 2015- Sunday, November 8th, 2015

Opening Reception: Friday, September 25th from 6-8PM

Bed-Stuy Restoration Plaza Corporation

1368 Fulton Street, 3rd Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11216

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