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Researching Latin American Art at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library: Other Resources
This guide offers multiple lists of Latin American Art holdings at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library Guide by Laura Marte.
CCCADI is a social justice organization where African diaspora artists, activists, traditional leaders, policymakers, and communities meet to dialogue, heal, collaborate and build an equitable reality for Africans and African descendants across the world.
We envision a world that values and embraces a rich legacy of diverse African cultures. We work to create a world in which afro-descendent people:
Have access to culturally relevant arts education, training, and employment opportunities.
Are guaranteed equal rights and opportunities to make a sustainable living for themselves and their families.
Live in communities that are safe, healthy, beautiful and vibrant.
Leverage their cultural traditions as a source of wisdom, power, pride, healing and thriving.
Understand and engage with the global diversity of Black cultural expressions.
Use our creativity to empower our people as artists, thinkers and leaders within our homes, schools, and communities - and in our major cultural institutions that present our contributions to humanity.
Founded in 1998 at New York University, Hemi has built an Americas-wide network that includes over 60 member universities and affiliated cultural centers, dozens of collaborating human rights and social justice organizations, and thousands of individuals who participate in our programs. Hemi offers an anti-colonial model for engagement between ‘north’ and ‘south’ by promoting multi-sited, multilingual collaborations and acknowledging everyone as a potential producer of art and knowledge. Hemi convenes large-scale international gatherings every two years; publishes original scholarship via online platforms; supports emerging artists, scholars, and activists; and historically preserves documentation of performance practices. Hemi has received support from the Ford, Henry Luce, Mellon, Nathan Cummings, and Rockefeller Foundations, among others.
Founded by Professor Arlene Dávila in August 2018, The Latinx Project is an initiative within NYU Arts and Sciences dedicated to fostering critical and comparative Latinx studies, research, and transnational, interdisciplinary networks linking scholarship, culture, art, and activism.