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Okwui Okpokwasili
Apr. 3 — Apr. 4, 2015

Work in Progress Showing / BRIC House Artist Studio
BricLab
Holoscences (photo: Sue Holland and Eugene Kim)^497 Cipher (Photo: by Dani Leventhal & Christopher Kuhl)^3465 Liza Jessie Peterson (photo: Ani Berberian)^3472 Poor People's TV Room (Photo: Caitlin McCarthy)^3471 Lars Jan/Early Morning Opera's ABACUS. Photo by Lars Jan.^497 Cipher (Photo: Dani Leventhal)^3465 Word Becomes Flesh 2011. Photo by Jati Lindsay/Hip Hop Theater Festival^1

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The latest State of the Re:UNION National Poetry Month episode featured Sekou Sundiata this past weekend. You can listen to the segment including Sekou 39 minutes into the episode.

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We are thrilled to announce that MAPP just received a grant award of $200,000 from the Ford Foundation to sustain and grow the efforts of The Africa Contemporary Art Consortium.

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Nora has been honored as a 2015 Doris Duke Performing Artist Awards recipient. Along with twenty remarkable performing artists, she will receive $275,000 in flexible, multi-year funding.

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A review of "Holoscenes" and interview with Lars Jan in Sarasota at The Ringling.
 

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