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Kindred Cool at MoCADA

December 29, 2009 by Administrator

Kindred Cool at MoCADA

This exhibition was in 2008 In Summer 2008, the Museum of Contemporary African Disaporan Arts (MoCADA) welcomes Kindred Cool: Portraits inspired by the jazz friendship of Romare Bearden, Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray. The exhibition is produced byBrooklyn-based photographer Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (Calabar Magazine’s cultural writer) in conjunction with Up South, Inc., Kindred Cool highlights [...]

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Jazz in Brooklyn

December 26, 2009 by Administrator

by Laylah Amatullah Barrayn Brooklyn’s jazz scene shares a long history in the overall movement of jazz in New York City. It wasn’t only Harlem and Midtown’s 52 Street that championed jazz for the Big Apple — add Bedford-Stuyvesant to that list. Not only did Brooklyn produce jazz luminaries such as Max Roach and Lean [...]

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