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Feb 24 | Qu’Art Presents “Black Is the New Black”

For February 2018, Qu’Art will celebrate Black History Month with its show “Black Is the New Black,” which centers works by local Black artists and allies responding to this theme. For this one-night art show and experience, De Nichols will both showcase a video projection and serve as a panelist during evening discussion throughout the event.

Protest, Police & Prayer

Protest, Police & Prayer

On the third day following the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, I joined in peaceful protest with other young people. Here’s a snippet of what happened when police arrived and antagonized us without cause.

Press, Art in America: Artists Activate in Response to Ferguson Shooting
In the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, MO, national magazine, Art in America, reached out to several artists of the St. Louis community to capture how artists of different disciplines were responding to the incidents, protests, and

Creative Collaboration: PopUp Art with Damon Davis 
This video shares a recent popup art project that I worked on with local graphic artist, Damon Davis, on behalf of the CAM ArtBus. 
Using found and minimal materials, we constructed a daytime observatory that allowed participants to experience nighttime in the day. The Daytime

United Story on GOOD.is: 
“Why I’m Bringing Story-Based Learning to Communities”
After learning about the United Story Nights the my venture team, United Story, has been sparking in St. Louis, Denver, and Seattle, GOOD.is reached out to share our efforts with the GOOD community. Check out the article, and learn how United

Before I Die in St. Louis
Since I first learned about Candy Chang in 2010, I have been in admiration of her public and interactive works like the Before I Die project. I’d gotten the chance to email and Skype with her my first year after undergrad, a conversation that still

A Mission is a Movement
Today sparked a new sermon series at the church to which I belong in St. Louis, MO. After a few months of teaching us to “get past your past” and go through a “soul detox,” Pastor Brian of Middletree Church led us in a transition from