BAI inaugural professor of the practice RaMell Ross and assistant professor of visual art at Brown University speaks to Variety critic Ben Croll on his first feature length film, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, which won a Gotham Award for best documentary in 2018. "I don’t think that there’s anything more powerful artistically, as it relates to society and civilization, than the documentary film," says Ross.
Multimedia artist Edgar Arceneaux is interviewed by Providence Journal art critic Alexander Castro about his provocative work Until, Until, Until... that questions and reconsiders historical narratives around race, presented by the Brown Arts Initiative. Read the interview here.
The New York Times critic Glenn Kenny favorably reviews RaMell Ross' first feature length film, Hale County This Morning, This Evening. The film tells the story of Daniel and Quincy, two African-American young men coming of age in the rural South.