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Terence Nicholson: His Art, The Smithsonian & Staying Out of Trouble

Updated: Feb 22

Bee TV is proud to host Terence Nicholson as a guest on our network and on our INSPIRED! Podcast. We invited him to talk to our audience of millennials because his accomplishments are many.

For example, Terence, a true Washingtonian, has emerged as a prominent figure in the art and music scene of D.C.'s Anacostia neighborhood. A graduate of the Corcoran School of Art and recipient of the Rosenbaum Memorial Scholarship Award, Terence's journey exemplifies artistic excellence and dedication.


A graduate of the Corcoran School of Art and recipient of the Rosenbaum Memorial Scholarship Award, Terence's journey exemplifies artistic excellence and dedication.





His solo exhibition, "Intro-Circumspective," at Willow Street Gallery received critical acclaim, showcasing his profound insights and creative prowess. As a former Curator for Honfleur Gallery and Art Director of Anacostia Arts Center, Terence has been instrumental in shaping the cultural landscape of his community.


Currently serving as an Exhibit Specialist at the Hirshhorn Museum and Katzen Museum of Art, Terence brings his expertise to enriching the visual arts scene in Washington, D.C. His musical talents have taken him on global tours with acclaimed jazz saxophonist Steve Coleman, pianist Omar Sosa, and Hip-Hop band Opus Akoben.


Terence's commitment extends beyond the arts; he is a dedicated practitioner and teacher of Chinese martial arts, boasting over thirty years of experience and numerous accolades, including the 6th Annual World Kuoshu Tournament victory in 2018.



As a cultural envoy for the US State Department, Terence has shared American music and culture internationally, fostering cross-cultural dialogue and understanding. His contributions to the community extend to teaching self-defense and Tai Chi classes for organizations such as the World Bank and the White House staff under the Obama administration.



Terence Nicholson's journey is one of inspiration and empowerment, embodying the spirit of creativity, cultural enrichment, and community engagement that Bee TV is proud to showcase to our audience. Follow him on https://www.terencenicholsonart.com/ and @tnicholsonart



Safety Jacket: A Mourning in Chinatown

2018

Kung Fu sashes, mixed media

60”x 72”x 13”

ACQUIRED BY SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION PERMANENT COLLECTION WASHINGTON DC

 

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