Hye Young Kim discusses her interested in exploring the concept of close connections and the role of the family in defining who they are. She mentions how her artwork aims to stimulate discussions about intimate relationships and the challenges they bring.
Ricky Calloway combines abstraction and realism in his work. He is influenced by African American artists who paved the way for their careers. The artist attended Alabama State University and prefers to work in oil paint but also uses other mediums depending on the subject matter.
Terrance Robinson discusses his artistic style and background. He explains that his style is influenced by various schools of thought and the things happening around him. He mentions being inspired by jazz music, which he believes keeps him balanced and allows him to develop and manifest his art without limitations. He is also a Mississippi Valley State University graduate.
Roymieco Carter, an African American artist and member of the National Alliance of Artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, acknowledges the significance of his work reaching an international audience. The focus of his work for the past three years is centered around the Atlantic slave trade.
Vandorn Hinnant discusses his use of art to discusses his use of art to address collective problems v problems and share his visions with the world. He is committed to delivering what needs to be given through sculptures, two-dimensional artworks, and written word.
Clarence Talley, Sr. expresses his appreciation for being a part of the National Alliance of Artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). He mentions the abundance of talent in HBCU universities in the United States and highlights the importance of exposing this talent globally rather than locally or nationally.
Willie F. Hooker discusses the significance of displaying African American art in China to promote an international understanding of African American and Asian cultures through the arts and humanities. He draws inspiration from contemporary African artists such as David C. Driscoll, Dr. John Biggers, and Faith Ringgold.
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