African Amedia is a satirical art exhibition and performance piece curated, written, and directed by Adu. It features mixed media paintings, art installations, photography, video and a one-night-only performance piece.
African Amedia is a fictional television network that highlights some of the negative portrayals, generalizations, and stereotypes the media casts against African Americans. Adu hopes that people coming to see the exhibit will realize the value of getting to know one another and not basing their decision on negative, skewed images that the media puts out in the universe.
African Amedia is an open letter that Adu hopes will inspire people to look past stereotypes and relate to each other based on content of character, not color of skin.
This show contains scenes and strong language that some viewers may find disturbing. Viewer discretion advised.
African American Museum
3536 Grand Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201
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