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[Presentation] Representing & (Re) Imagining The Black Male Body In Hip Hop

[Presentation] Representing & (Re) Imagining The Black Male Body In Hip Hop

In this discussion Nicole examines through photography and film, the ways that the black male body is represented in Hip Hop culture. While sparking a conversation that challenges the viewer to (re) imagine, question and/or dispute normative perceptions of black (male) representation and identity.

Nicole Will Document Event with Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti in Bronzeville

Nicole Will Document Event with Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti in Bronzeville

Please join the Revival Arts Collective and SEE POTENTIAL on Sat., Sept. 21 at The Forum-Bronzeville for "Reinvent/Reinvest." This will be a public dialogue with Dr. Haki R. Madhubuti on the role of the arts in Bronzeville’s rejuvenation.

Nicole is a Contributing Photographer for the SEE Potential Project - Check Out Her Web Portfolio

Nicole is a Contributing Photographer for the SEE Potential Project  - Check Out Her Web Portfolio

Check out Nicole's web portfolio for SEE Potential that centers on youth advocacy, activism and art.  The inspiration for these images comes from Nicole's dedication to creae and focus on work that documents and explores the experiences of black men and women of the Hip Hop generation.

Nicole's Work is Part of the SEE Potential Bronzeville Community Garden Installation

Nicole's Work is Part of the SEE Potential Bronzeville Community Garden Installation

Bronzeville Community Garden engages Bronzeville residents by providing a fun, safe, accessible gathering place and destination. BCG is committed to beautifying their community, celebrating Bronzeville's cultural heritage, and promoting healthy eating and a sustainable environment.

[Lecture] Representing & Re-Imagining The Black Male Body In Hip Hop

[Lecture] Representing & Re-Imagining The Black Male Body In Hip Hop

This lecture will examine, through photography and film, the ways that the black male body is represented in Hip Hop culture.  While sparking a conversation that challenges the viewer to (re) imagine, question and/or dispute normative perceptions of black (male) representation and identity.  Hence, this lecture will analyze the works of photographers and music video directors from the 1980′s to the present whose work is well known in Hip Hop.


Interview with Lorraine Coran from WMUK 102.1 FM

Interview with Lorraine Coran from WMUK 102.1 FM

Nicole talks with WMUK 102.1 FM's Lorain Coran and explains her motivation behind the Fear Into Fire exhibit as it comes to Kalamazoo, Michigan Art Hop and Kalamazoo College.