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Naima Keith, who served as an associate curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem, has joined the California African American Museum in Los Angeles.

 

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Harlem’s Studio Museum Curator Naima Keith Named California African American Museum Deputy Director

After a period of transition at CAAM, the hiring of Los Angeles native Naima Keith is key to advancing programming.
Los Angeles Times | Feb. 4, 2016

 
The Highs and Lows of the African Art Market

According to findings of the Africa Art Market Report, the forecast is optimistic
Artnet News | Feb. 5, 2016

 
Capitol Portraits, a Perk of Access, Become a Symbol of Excess Instead

New Federal Budget curbs public financing of portraits painted of public officials.
New York Times | Feb. 5, 2016

 
Quilts with a Sense of Place, Stitched in Oakland

The African American Quilt Guild of Oakland, Calif., is presenting an exhibition of more than 100 quilts telling the story of its city.
New York Times | Feb. 2, 2016

 
BMA Partners with Google to Bring Work by African-American Artists to Global Audience

Baltimore Museum of Art presents “Questioning the Canon” featuring 18 of its works by African American artists on the platform.
Baltimore Sun | Feb. 1, 2016

 
Museums Bring Pioneering Painter Alma Thomas out of Storage for Her First Major Retrospective in over 30 Years

Groundbreaking Alma Thomas retrospective is on view at Tang Museum at Skidmore College in Sarasota Springs, New York. This summer it travels to Studio Museum in Harlem.
Artsy | Jan. 21, 2016 CT