Black Fine Art Month (BFAM), is the annual October celebration of Black Fine Art aesthetic and an annual recognition of those artists, innovators, collectors, and curators vested in the Black Art tradition.

The celebration, was entered into the Congressional Record on October 4, 2019 by Illinois Congresswoman Robin Kelly, lies at the intersection of the past present, and future of Black Art, and affords us a moment to toast the collectors, bold gallerists and esteemed art purveyors who revere the aesthetic, drive the value; and invest in artists who are making a cultural impact. Black Fine Art Month is an initiative of Pigment International.

The Black Woman Artist: Past, Present, Future

The Black Woman Artist: Past, Present, Future A Conversation with the ROUX Artist Collective, Ann

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Documenting the Black Art Experience with Kaila Austin, Indianapolis

Documenting the Black Art Experience with Kaila Austin, Indianapolis     This panel will explore

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Woman’s Work: Black Art and Social Justice Movement

Woman’s Work: Black Art and Social Justice Movement   This panel will explore how the

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Valuing The Black Owned Art Gallery with Cynthia Henry

Valuing The Black Owned Art Gallery with Cynthia Henry   The Black owned art gallery

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Conversation with Fred Hampton Jr.

Conversation with Fred Hampton Jr., Mama Akua Njeri, Attorney James D. Montgomery, Moderated by Professor Kim Delaney

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In Our Mothers’ Gardens

Dr. Kim Dulaney: Director of Education, DuSable Museum of African American History - Moderator   SHANTRELLE P.

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The Black Maternal Health Crisis Series: The Impact of Medical Racism

the DuSable Museum of African American History, Center for Health Equity Transformation, The Congressional Caucus On Black

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