By Lidia Abraha, p
Posted on July 2, 2020
Alica Hall, Executive Director of Nia Centre, was interviewed by Toronto Caribbean about our “Keep That Energy” video and the work we do to uplift Black artists. This video was our tribute to artists who continue to create, take us to new places, and capture our feelings and provide comfort throughout the pandemic. You can read the full piece here.
Toronto’s culture is nothing without Black artists. But the predominantly white art world is part of the obstacle
Galleries have a role to play
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