The International Review of African American Art (IRAAA) is the only periodical spanning the history of African American art from early and modern to contemporary. The review also features cross-disciplinary articles which, through the prism of visual art, deepen insight into popular culture, design, science and technology, the psychology and philosophy of consciousness, and other areas. With a credo of “art is all,” the mission of the IRAAA is to show that visual art is a window into all realms, real and imaginary; present, past and future.
The IRAAA is published by the Hampton University Museum on a quarterly basis. Founded in 1868, the Museum is the oldest African American museum in the United States featuring collections with over 9,000 objects including African American fine arts, traditional African, Native American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Island, and Asian art. The Museum also sponsors New Power Generation, a triennial juried exhibition of contemporary art.
Now available as an iPad app, you can purchase a subscription of the IRAAA at the iTunes store or print issues are available from the Hampton University Museum online store. Get your copy today!