Manifest Destiny exhibit highlights Afrofuturism

“Much attention was drawn to the exhibit with the installation of one piece as a nearby billboard that sits above Queens Bar in downtown Detroit that reads, “There Are Black People in the Future.” Many say that the piece, by Alisha B. Wormsley, sums up the concept of Afrofuturism. Manifest Destiny brings together 12 artists that explore new modes of thinking, planning, and building for the Afrofuture.”

Source: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/columnists/chuck-bennett/2019/07/20/social-confidential-manifest-destiny-exhibit-highlights-afrofuturism/1788730001/

Looking forward to hearing good things about the art exhibit Manifest Destiny. Also, looking forward to the many more afrofuturist-themed exhibits that connect the past, present, and future of Africans in the diaspora.

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