This is a list of arts, creative, and community organisations that all either show support to Black people, were founded by Black people, or have Black people at the top of their workforce.

It's intended as a resource for people to find Black artists, Black arts professionals, and Black community organisations to follow and support.

If you have any additions or edits simply request editing access 📝 This is an ongoing list so will be continually added to.

Apologies if the categories and locations seem reductive at times; the aim is to make it easier for people to find things associated with their main field of interest and geographic location.

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Black Artists & Modernism ARTUKa research project about how artists of African and Asian descent in Britain feature in twentieth century art
Black Artists and Designers Guild ARTGlobalglobal platform representing a curated collective of independent Black artists, makers, and designers
Black Artists’ Network in Dialogue ARTCanadasupporting and showcasing black artists in Canada and internationally
BLAQ dance company dedicated to using art to liberate, feed, and love the Black community.
Somali Museum of Minnesota ARTSMinnesotaHome of Somali creativity in North America, and a global leader in advancing and elevating the work of Somali artists, traditional and contemporary.
Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery ARTMinnesotaPreserving, recording, and celebrating the history of African Americans in Minnesota.
Between Two Straps collective exploring the nonbinary world of sex, gender, and pleasure
Black Feminist Kitchen underground school dedicated to black feminist study
CLIMB Theatre customized plays, classes and workshops that build accountability, resiliency, empathy, advocacy and self-control.
Black Feast events focused on food and conversation celebrating black artists and writers
Tiwani Contemporary ARTLondonCommercial London art gallery exhibiting contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora
Maia Maiden Productions an equitable and engaging platform for Hip Hop, people of color, women, and youth through performing arts.
Exceptional, affordable music education rooted in the African American cultural experience, where people of all ages and backgrounds can gather, explore, and grow through music.
Iniva ARTLondonProgramme of predominantly british visual artists of African and Asian descent
Soomaal House of Art ARTMinnesota
A Somali art collective that provides studio space, studio critiques, artistic community, mentorships for younger Somali artists and annual exhibition space with educational programming.
Tru Ruts ARTSMinnesotaAn artistic organization based in Minneapolis with a history of high caliber artistic work ranging from films to theater performances, a record label to workshops and residencies.
Brownbody Productions ARTSMinnesotaBuilding artistic experiences through a blend of modern dance, theater, social justice and figure skating.
Black Contemporary Art ARTGlobalA blog by Kimberly Drew (a.k.a. @museummammy) as a place for art by and about people of african descent.
Activation Residency ARTNew YorkA New York-based residency, collective, and fund that serves and supports emerging artists of color.
Juxtaposition Arts ARTMinnesotaA teen-staffed art and design center, gallery, retail shop and artists’ studio space
Free Black Dirt original theater and performance, hosting innovative events, organizing local artists, and promoting and supporting the emerging artists’ community.
Contempo Physical Dance contemporary dance compnay producing groundbreaking new movement approaches, innovative choreographic design, and stunning performances.
See Black Womxn Collective visible Black Womxn’s creative labor
Brave Space Alliance Black-led, Trans-led LGBTQ Centre
Black Table Arts
Professional development for institutions centered in education and the arts, and works with artists to collaborate on speaking engagements, performances, writing workshops and panel discussions.
metaDEN healing incubator curated by and for people of colour, centering queer, trans, and gender-non-conforming people
Providing cultural performances, art and art resources for educators, leadership opportunities for students, and consulting for community business through the lens of the African Diaspora.
Art Hoe Collective MULTIPLE ARTSNew Yorkonline collective that provides a safe space for creatives of color
TU Dance for its diverse and versatile artists, performing work that draws together modern dance, classical ballet, African-based and vernacular movements.
Sounds of Blackness and proclaims the music, culture and history of African Americans to audiences all over the world.
Life Pieces To Masterpieces opportunities for young black men and boys to express their creativity through art programs.
Mosaic on a Stick ARTMinnesotaA community art space created to promote mosaic art by selling quality supplies, teaching mosaic classes, and creating private and commercial commissions.
The Receipts Podcast
COMMUNITYUKA podcast hosted by 3 creative women of colour and spotlighting on important issues facing women of colour as well as utterly bizarre aspects of modern life.
In Black Ink publishing arts initiatives and opportunities to communities that have been disenfranchised historically, and continue to be presently.
RARE Productions ARTMinnesotaCreating visibility and opportunities for arts of color through engaging artists of color, and centering Queer and Trans artists of color.
Ori Gallery ARTPortlandA black owned gallery amplifying the voices of Trans and Queer Artists of color
The Cirri platform amplifying the narratives of Black Womxn Storytellers through education, creativity, and community.
Truartspeaks ARTSMinnesotaCultivating literacy, leadership and social justice through the study and application of spoken word and hip-hop culture.
Million Artist Movement
A global vision and movement that believes in the role of art in the campaign to dismantle oppressive racist systems against black, brown, Indigenous and disenfranchised peoples.
Yo Mama’s House ARTSMinnesotaEmpowering mothers by showcasing their mastery of the art of mothering and the universal traditional women’s work that transforms into art making and economic security.
Catalyst Arts small arts incubator interested in the intersection of art, activism and artists who define themselves as change-makers.
bklyn boihood for queer boys of color who lead art projects in communities across the US and Canada
Afrotectopia YorkHosts an annual new-media festival as well as doing summer camps, providing college scholarships, and supporting black-owned businesses.
Ethels Club social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color, online and IRL.
Brown Art Ink ARTGlobalsupports black and Latinx artists through paid opportunities to show work in museums, galleries, and public spaces.
Spicy Zine of women and queer/trans people of color working at the intersection of art, organizing, and publishing.
Black Visual Artistswww.blackbritishvisualartists.comVISUAL ARTLondonDirectory of black british artists
Voice of Culture Drum and Dance ARTSMinnesotaDedicated to the preservation of West African arts and culture.
Femmepremacy YorkA QTPOC party/workshop/event space centering Black femmes
Black Women Speak
COMMUNITYMinnesotaCultivating a community with black women, giving voice to their experiences as a way to heal, find joy and move towards liberation on their own terms.
Pillsbury House Theatre challenging theatre that inspires enduring change towards a just society.
NEW DAWN Theatre and supporting cutting edge works of overlooked, underrepresented communities through innovative, exciting and excellent theater productions.
The Blk Art Group Research Project ARTUKPromoting debate, enquiry, scholarship and understanding of what has become known as the British 'Black Art Movement’ of the 1980’s
Black Trans Femmes in the Arts ARTSGlobalcollective that connects black trans women and non-binary femmes of the art world.
Black Storytellers Alliance ARTSMinnesotaStorytelling by African people in the Diaspora.
By Us For Us Yorka collective of queer, femme, non-binary Black and POC artists and organisers
Black Lunch Table
hosts roundtables focused on critical race-related issues and also hosts Wikipedia edit-a-thons to expand entries about the lives and works of black artists. All conversations are archived online.
Art in the Age of Black Girl Magic Podcast and online classes exploring the contemporary and historical practices of women and non binary artists
The Harlem Arts Alliance ARTSNew York
Network of established and emerging visual and performing artists, businesses, and institutions that partners with major arts institutions in New York to increase its members’ visibility.
Alanna Morris-Van Tassel Productions solo dance works, global commissions, and educational programs that spearhead community-building initiatives that assist mid-career women.
Woke Kindergarten YorkLiberation and abolition based learning for early learner education
Black Arts Forum ARTSUKProviding support to emerging and established individuals and organisations to make their work more visible, promote their activity and have more black leaders in the arts.
Threads Dance Project, exposing, and celebrating the threads that connect us. Bettering humanity through dance, education and outreach.
P0STB1NARY WORLD ARTWashington DCGlobal, DC based arts platform and network uplifting Black and non-white trans and gender expansive people.
We Are Here ARTLondonArtist led platform led by British, BAME women and non-binary artists.
Carlyle Brown & Company plays that dramatize historical events in a way that makes them accessible to present-day audiences.
(F)empower organises online events to promote the work of black and brown feminist artists.
Dark Muse Performing Arts ARTSMinnesotaA black woman-owned arts organization for theatre, music, dance, poetry, spoken word, drag, burlesque, astronomy adventures, stand up, and comedy
Penumbra Theatre Company
Creating professional productions that are artistically excellent, thought-provoking, and relevant and illuminate the human condition through the prism of the African American experience.
The Cedar Cultural Center intercultural appreciation and understanding through the presentation of global music and dance.
Shades of Noir and encouraging both dialogue and cultural value, within the arts and higher education. They also have a database of creative people of colour.
Women's Centre for Creative Work ARTLos Angeles
A centre that cultivates L.A's feminist creative communities, explicitly intersectional & working towards a feminism prioritizing women of color, queer, trans and nonbinary communities.
Black Blossoms ARTLondonAn intersectional & intergenerational platform which exhibits and supports Black women and non-binary visual artists at all stages of their career.
Black Girl Magik ARTUSCollective of artists that hosts lectures, workshops, and events for women and girls from the African diaspora.
Lin Kam Art, experiences and programmes using, mainly the Arts as a vehicle for wellbeing, primarily for the benefit of young people.
Blackout Improv ARTSMinnesota
A mix of comedy, social justice and arts access. Putting more black performers on more stages, creating comedic dialogue around serious truths, providing improv access for black students.
Professional Black Girl multi-platform digital community that celebrates the everyday, round-the-way culture of Black women and girls.
Black Gals Livin' podcast hosted by two black women chatting about mental health, pop culture and random shenanigans every Monday.
Eclipse Theatre leading Black-led touring company in the UK, at the forefront of delivering diverse programming in theatre, film and radio.
Black Cultural Archive ARTSLondonNational institution dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of diverse people of African and Caribbean descent in Britain.
The Black Heroes Foundation cultural awareness, promoting a world where Black Heroes are acknowledged, respected and celebrated.
Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health community project that aims to ensure the young Black Diaspora are celebrated, recognised and established in the years to come.
Culture Tree and promoting African languages, arts and culture through online classes, arts and crafts workshops, and other events.
Black Art Futures Fund ARTSUSA collective of emerging philanthropists promoting the elevation and preservation of Black arts & culture. They also have a list of all grantees.
National Black Arts ARTSUSA nonprofit organization with a legacy of providing stellar artistic and educational programs in music, dance, film, visual arts, theater, and the literary arts.
The Oakland Second Line Project free quality black cultural arts community experiences to black neighborhoods while appreciating and supporting local black arts and artists.
The House of Malico ARTSOaklandA multi-medium art production platform re-imagining contemporary culture through the vision and voices of (queer) women of color.
SambaFunk ARTSCaliforniaA collective of dancers, musicians, artists and community members, bringing to life the essence of Carnaval in our work.
African American Arts and Culture Complex FranciscoFacilitating the empowerment of the community through Afro-centric artistic and cultural expression, mediums, education, and programming.
Museum of the African Diaspora ARTSan FranciscoA contemporary art museum, celebrates Black cultures, ignites challenging conversations, and inspires learning through the global lens of the African Diaspora.
AfroSolo Theatre Company ARTSSan FranciscoNurturing, promoting, and presenting Black art and culture through solo performances, music, forums, workshops, panels, and the visual and literary arts.
African-American Shakespeare Company Francisco
Open the realm of classic theatre to a diverse audience; and provide an opportunity and place for actors of color to hone their skills and talent in mastering some of the world’s greatest classical roles.
Lorraine Hansberry Theatre FranciscoCelebrating the African-American experience on stage in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The EastSide Arts Alliance & Cultural Center free youth art classes, cultural programming, public art projects, ongoing gallery exhibitions, community town halls, and the annual Malcolm X Jazz Arts Festival.
198 Contemporary Arts ARTLondonAn art space and gallery in Railton Road, Brixton, London, that for more than three decades has had a strong commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion.
The Gallery of African Art (GAFRA) ARTLondonShowcasing contemporary African art from established and emerging artists from the continent and its diaspora.
Young Black Artists ARTGlobalHelping young Black artists promote their work through social media.