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[our questions]

Who are our black queer forerunners in the twentieth century world (and before) of the visual arts or the performing arts?  What is our black queer artistic hope for the future?

[our story]

With a background in theatre and visual art, Harold Steward, discovered the need for something more the Dallas arts scene.  Through mentoring younger artists while involved as Assistant Director of the South Dallas Cultural Center, an idea was born for Fahari Arts Institute.  With a love of sharing life stories/histories in and around the lives of black queer people here in Dallas through the podcast, Mandrake Society Radio, J.W. Richard shares Harold’s enthusiasm and commitment to make Fahari Arts Institute a reality.  Beginning with a tribute to the life and work of E. Lynn Harris in August 2009, the work of this organization was born. Since then, the monthly events, “Queerly Speaking”, and “Queer Film Series” have been a regular buzz in the black queer community and local publications including the Dallas Voice and Dallas South News.

[our mission]

to celebrate, display, and produce the works of LGBT/queer artists from throughout the African Diaspora.

[our vision]

as we educate and entertain audiences with artistic expression from the historical and cultural of black queer people, we impact community health and mental wellness. Our work is also an act of resistance against one-sided view of lives of black people, one-sided view of queer people, and a view that art can’t or shouldn’t be political.

[our goals]

1. To educate and inspire new artists to create new work (whether abstract, functional, or political) according to their truth as LGBT/queer people of African descent.

2. To advocating safe, sane, and consensual sexual expression and offering regular HIV/STD testing.

3. To provide “safe space” environments at our events to encourage political, social, and sexual dialogue through art from the perspective of LGBT/queer people of African descent.

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2 Comments

    1. Peace and light.
      My name is TaMeicka Clear, however I prefer to be called Meicka. I have been living in North Carolina for the past 8 years and have returned HOME to Dallas after learning, loving, growing, and working in NC. I was involved in the activist community with organizations such as SONG(southerners on new ground) and PFLAG(parents families and friends of lesbians and gays) where i served on the board of directors for 5 years. I am seeking queer black community here in the city. I am seeking creative beings and avenues to connect with the queer black folk around art, spirituality, and life here in the city. Doing a Google search, i found you all and saw a picture of Alexis Gumbs, someone I know and have participated in many events she has hosted, i felt you all are probably what im looking for. I took a look at the calendar and was just wondering, where you all are, what you all up to, and if there is anyway i could connect with you all. I left my website for the work I am doing as a life coach, teacher, and spiritual renegade. I look forward to learning more about you all and truly hope we can connect and hopefully build community. I hope to hear from someone soon.
      peace and gratitude,
      Meicka

      • smook2001 says:

        Hello,

        Thanks so much for contacting us! I will add you to our patron list which will keep you informed with what we have going on. If you have any questions or want to find a time to connect, please e-mail me at fahari.arts@gmail.com

        Harold

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