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September 14, 2019

In the Gertrude C. Ford Galleries for The Permanent Collection at the Mississippi Museum of Art

The Museum is pleased to present the reinstallation of its Mississippi galleries. The new exhibition, New Symphony of Time, expands and illuminates the boundaries of Mississi...

April 16, 2019

Excited to announce my participation in a forthcoming group exhibition at Stevenson University entitled “Unruly Bodies."

“Unruly Bodies”

Featured Artists: Arit Emmanuela, Nia Hampton + Emani Castillo, A. Moon, Mandy Morrison, Katie O’Keefe, Felandus Thames, Alan Vincent,...

March 25, 2019

April 20 – June 15, 2019

Opening Reception: April 20th, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Artists’ Talk: June 15th, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Galerie Myrtis and The Agora Culture present Blackface: A Reclamation of Beauty, Power, and Narrative. In asserting the beauty of the black body, affirming its...

February 12, 2019

By Charles A. Smith

He was a smart kid, good at math. Maybe he would be a marine biologist, or an architect. But ultimately, he turned to his first passion —art. And it didn’t take him long to make a distinct impression.

Today, works by Jackson State University alum Fela...

November 10, 2018

I am please to announce my participation in the Grace Farm's "Practicing Joy" workshop a part of a four installment initiative. This program is presented as part of the Foundation’s "Practicing" series, which since 2015 has convened interdisciplinary workshops to explo...

February 11, 2018

I am honored to participate on a panel discussion at the Mississippi Museum of Art entitled “Race, Space, and Abstraction in the American South.” This panel investigates race, space, and abstraction as it relates to the legacy of civil rights.  The panelists are artist...

February 22, 2016

 

Walk into the University of New Haven’s Seton Gallery, painted the fresh, off-mint green of a new prison, and something might catch your eye as it rises out of the floor: a sort of small prison-house in the front of the room, exactly the size of a solitary confinement...

Light turquoise walls covered with portraits and poetry transformed the Seton Art Gallery into a room designed to evoke the atmosphere of a jail cell.

“Whereabouts Unknown,” created by artist Felandus Thames ART ’10, is the gallery’s second exhibition on race and social...

This Thursday, February 11, UNH Seton Gallery with artists and director, Laura Marsh will debut well-known artist, Felandus Thames’ most recent works, Whereabouts Unknown. The opening will take place in Dodds Hall from 5pm to 8pm, and will provide coffee, light refresh...

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