Afrofuturism as an Arts Movement: Black Fantasy, Science & Speculative Fiction in Visual Arts from 2009 to 2019
Quentin VerCetty Lindsay is an award-winning multidisciplinary visual griot (storyteller) and arts educator who is currently working on his MA in Art Education at Concordia University with a focus on teaching Afrofuturism to underserved communities. Lindsay's art has been featured in numerous media outlets and publications in various countries including Japan, Haiti, Peru, Ghana, Australia, United Arab Emirates, and France.
For more information on EAHR’s Library Research Residency and Quentin’s research project on Afrofuturism (and our previous year’s project on African art by Chelsy Monie), please visit the Concordia Library Website at: https://www.concordia.ca/library/guides/art-history.html#4.
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