Ale Blazers: Original Cream Ale Travels to Washington, DC in Search of American Originals

This summer, Genesee Cream Ale hit the road in search of people, places and culture as unique and original as their Cream Ale. Nekisha Durrett discusses her latest public artwork, "Up til Now," in Washington, DC. "Up til Now" was created in partnership with the Golden Triangle BID with support by DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.

Black Capital: African Americans in Washington, DC “From the Look of Things”

D.C.-native, award-winning artist Nekisha Durrett has spent the last two decades changing the definition of art while shaping the culture of her community. She creates large-scale public art installations that challenge viewers and send poignant messages about history and society, even when constrained by specific requirements set for the commissioned pieces.

Wall Flowers: Nekisha Durrett and the U.S. Botanic Garden


The Wait: A Documentary Film

This video is about "The Wait," a mural by Nekisha Durrett in the Park View neighborhood of Washington, DC on the facade of Mothership Diner. Directed and Filmed by Lorie Shaull. Edited by Nekisha Durrett.


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