Transcript from Department of State Newsletter: Paintings by Black American Artists Are Going to Africa The Department’s Art in the Embassies Program is sending a group of paintings by Black American artists to Africa. The collection will be exhibited in the US Embassy Residence of Ambassador Beverly Carter in Dar es Salaam Tanzania. ItContinue reading “Delilah W. Pierce Featured In Department of State’s Art In The Embassies Program”
In 1975 Delilah W. Pierce was selected to exhibit at the second World Black & African Festival Of Arts & Culture. It was reported in the The Washington Afro-American the festival would be held in the spring or fall of 1976. However, the festival wasn’t approved by the United Nation General Assembly until November 1976 and wasContinue reading “Delilah W. Pierce Exhibited At The Second World Black & African Festival Of Arts & Culture In Nigeria 1977”
On June 23 of 1962 Delilah W. Pierce and a group of business owners, educators, and clergy left for an organized trip outside of America. This trip took them to Holland, France, Italy, and Greece. After their Europe tour the group traveled to Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Jerusalem, and a multi-country tour of Africa. Delilah’s sisterContinue reading “Delilah W. Pierce Among The First Organized Group Of American Blacks To Travel To Ethiopia In 1962”
In 1995 Delilah W. Pierce’s art was featured in Gumbo YaYa. The editor is Leslie King-Hammond, Graduate Dean Emeritus at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) and founding director of the Center For Race And Culture.
In 1997 Delilah W. Pierce was featured in Saint James Guide to Black Artists. The book was authored by Thomas Riggs. About the Saint James Guide to Black Artists Published in association with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture,” St. James Guide to Black Artists” features biographical and career information, as well as briefContinue reading “Delilah W. Pierce Featured in Saint James Guide to Black Artists”