September 5, 2019

Glad I had the opportunity to work with writer Brian Goldstone for the New Republic Magazine about the ”working homeless.”

“If the term “working homeless” has not yet entered our national vocabulary, there is reason to expect that it soon will. Hidden within the world o...

January 29, 2019

"“I think the NFL boycott has been one of the biggest and longest we’ve seen since the Montgomery bus boycott of the ‘60s,” Ms. Thomas said. “So many people didn’t know that Colin took a knee for our children. They thought he was taking a knee protesting the flag. Coli...

January 17, 2019

"Her goal is to foster better understanding—between old and young, black and white, viewers and subjects—“because we really don’t know each other,” says Bright. “We think we know each other through the media, but we really don’t know each other at all.” Her ideal audie...

December 29, 2018

#1960Nowthebook review by Kelly Caminero in as we end the year in 2018.  

"The #1960Now project critically inspects the integration of race, gender, and generational divides thought the Civil Rightss Movement and the Black Lives Matter Movement.  Sheila Pree Bright shed...

December 20, 2018

'Honoring Those Who Give Their Lives to Fight the Power, in Photos'  by Miss Rosen.

December 14, 2018

I was a Working Artist Project Fellow 2015/2016 at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta.  #1960Now  premier at the Museum in 2016.    

December 5, 2018

It was an honor to share the #1960Now series with the students at Dekalb Academy of Tech & Env Elementary & Middle Charter School in Atlanta Georgia.  

The students learn how I started in photography shooting Hip Hop Culture in the 90s.  

November 13, 2018

Heading to the University of Californa, Irvine this week for #1960Nowthebook signing and conversation with Professor Bridget Cooks Cumbo, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Art History.

Cumbo will take you through the early series of my work, Gold Rush, Suburbia,...

October 25, 2018

Thursday, October 25th, at Clark Atlanta University Art Museum  I will speak upon how I became an artist and why the #1960Now series is so important at this critical time in our country.  The artist talk and exhibition, 'Radical Len'  is in collaboration with #ForFreed...

October 20, 2018

FRIDAY, October 19th the opening reception of the exhibition,  'SouthBound: Photographs of and about the South' at The Hasley Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, SC.

A selection of the #1960Now series is amongst fifty-six photographers' visions of the South ove...

October 14, 2018

#1960Nowthebook signing in the home of the Civil Rights Movement at Arnika Dawkins Gallery at Elevate a public Art Festival sponsored by the City of Atlanta, Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs and in collaboration with ForFreedom, 50 State Initiative.  

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