Black Joy & Resistance The Exhibition is presented in partnership with Michael Orange and the Matatu Festival Nomadic Cinema and what is sure to be an incredible evening of art and activism featuring POWER: Black Joy & Resistance, a series of fireside chats with Alicia Garza, Daphne Larose, Ericka Huggins, and Fredrika Newton on Wednesday February 20th, with projected images from the newly published picture book Black Joy & Resistance by Adreinne Waheed . An invite-only, VIP, collector and media preview of the exhibition will take place Thursday, Feb 21st at Betti Ono .
The exhibition opens to the public during the Black Joy Parade weekend Saturday and Sunday, February 23rd and 24th from 1-5pm. The opening reception will take place on First Friday, March 1, 2019, from 6-9pm celebrating International Women’s Month. Black Joy and Resistance – The Exhibition will run through June 8, 2019.
Photo District New Edu, Spring 2019 Cover story
Adreinne Waheed and Anyka Barber in conversation at MoAD
Black Joy and Resistance art talk at The Museum of African Diaspora, San Francisco, CA on March 10, 2019
An exploration of housing discrimination juxtaposed with a tale of gentrification. This project combines photography, collage, mixed media and printmaking and is a work in progress.
Waheed Photo Archive
Currently held at the National African American Museum of History and Culture, the Waheed Photo Archive is a collection of over 10,000 found photographs of African Americans from 1870-1999.