"Fourth Renaissance" Art Is Muted Art
- Henry Louis Gates Jr. unveils four Black Renaissances. Boyd, Herb // New York Amsterdam News;11/25/95, Vol. 86 Issue 47, p23
Looks into the black renaissances aside from the Harlem renaissance which was unfolded during a lecture by Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Description of the first black renaissance between 1890 and early 1900s; Renaissance's authorship.
- Harvard prof to speak at Gantt symposium. Duckett, Michaela L. // Charlotte Post;5/9/2013, Vol. 38 Issue 35, p5B
The article reports that Henry Louis Gates, a literary critic and professor at the Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, will speak at the inaugural Gantt Symposium of the Gantt Center for African American Arts + Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina on June 27, 2013.
- MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES. Estell, Kenneth // African America: Portrait of a People;1994, p607
An encyclopedia entry for "museums and galleries" is presented. It features several museums and galleries that exhibit African American works. With African Americans seeking political, social and cultural recognition in the 1960s, artists became dissatisfied with limited support from...
- Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance (Book). Gargan, William // Library Journal;11/1/2004, Vol. 129 Issue 18, p122
Reviews the book "Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance."
- Harlem Renaissance. Hull, Akasha (Gloria) // Reader's Companion to U.S. Women's History;1998, p251
During the Harlem Renaissance, African American women became more visible to themselves and to the larger world. Centered in the flourishing Black community of New York City, the movement was fueled by migrations from other parts of the United States and from the Caribbean. Despite gender...
- Against the Odds . Crowley, Kim; Lewis, Christopher; Vogelsong, Diana // Library Journal;5/15/2003 Supplement, Vol. 128 Issue 9, p12
Reviews the video recording of 'Against the Odds: The Artists of the Harlem Renaissance.'
- Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Sardar, Ziauddin; Van Loon, Borin // Introducing Cultural Studies;9/ 1/2004, p130
The article features literary critic Henry Louis Gates Jr. and his study of African American literature. Gates suggests that African American critics should translate literary theory into the African American idiom. Criticism emerged through four phases. Included are the African American...
- James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection, Beinecke Library, Yale University. // Columbia Guide to Contemporary African American Fiction;2005, p130
An encyclopedia entry for the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection at Beinecke Library, Yale University is presented. It serves as one of the preeminent repositories of African American historical and cultural artifacts, as well as artwork and original manuscripts in the U.S. Carl Van...
- Is There A Black Aesthetic? Andrews, Benny // Art Papers;Nov/Dec85, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p11
The article examines the concept of a Black Aesthetic in America. The author infers that aesthetics cannot be confined to a particular group of people regardless of their dominance, power, or affluence. The uniqueness of a Black Aesthetic can be attributed to many examples in the visual arts and...