KPFA NPR’s Transitions on Traditions interview about Ebony Iman Dallas’ “Through Abahay’s Eyes” solo exhibition.
Please click to view a short documentary by Jordan Martin highlighting the inspiration behind my art.
Ebony Iman Dallas weaves family history into vivid images. Story by Sara Cowan in the January 2019 issue of Oklahoma Today magazine.
Ebony Iman Dallas was named the October 2018 Artist of the Month by Stage IV organization in San Francisco, CA. Stage IV is “a global network of leaders who champion for creative arts therapy, integrative medicine, patient advocacy, and healthcare innovation. Inspired by founder Amy Li’s Stage IV cancer journey and the pursuit of super happiness.”
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Tapestry Podcast with Laura Stringer and co-hosts Ebony Iman Dallas and Lawrence Naff:
May 27, 2018: http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-yfzvv-924619
Tapestry Podcast with Laura Stringer and co-host Ebony Iman Dallas:
May 14, 2018: http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-4enby-91c41b
In this episode of Waano & Words, we sit down with Ebony Iman Dallas to explore her journey of discovering her Somali family, her Somali heritage. Its an amazing story of perseverance, patients and eagerness to find her Somali family which she never knew. She shares some Words with us about the experience and offers Waano (advice) on exploring who our parents are/were and how this is relevant to us today.
Art Focus Oklahoma: Spring 2017
Oklahoma Gazette: Feb. 22, 2017
Future history, Oklahoma City artists discuss how and why they create and the importance of culture and education in our communities.
NewsOK: Feb. 23, 2016
Slice Magazine: Jan. 2015
The Oklahoman: Jan. 2, 2015
The Oklahoman: Aug. 11, 2014