Akili Ron Anderson - ART CART Oral History
Professor Akili Ron Anderson discusses drawing inspiration for his art from Africa and his experiences growing up as an African American in a segregated United States. He explains how he used painting people of color as a form of protest during the Civil Rights Era. Africa became a large part of his multi-media art when he visited Nigeria and when he joined the Pan-African group African Commune of Bad Relevant Artists (AFRICOBRA). He talks about the impact of his health as he ages on his work, and ends with statements about the intergenerational nature of ensuring art continues into the future.
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- Research Center for Arts and Culture
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- January 24, 2014
This zip archive contains audio files of an oral history interview and a text file describing themes addressed in the interview. For more information about the ART CART project, please visit their website: http://artsandcultureresearch.org/artcart.