Commuity & Events
In addition to actively partnering with other artists and organizations. Creative Director, Amenta B. Cutliff gathered a small group of art activists and artists to found Tribe X Museum in 2021. TribeX Museum is a 501 (c) 3 Non Profit Organization that builds exhibitions and events around sustainability and art in various forms, with the goal of evolving, preserving and encouraging creative practices. Through our ArtX projects, pop up exhibitions and digital collections we serve as a both an archive, and platform for under and/or misrepresented artists. TribeX museum's ultimate objective is to infuse the importance of overall well being and sustainable culture into the the world of art.
"Adorn" art exhibition hosted in downtown Houston at 1120 Naylor Street, featured a collection of works focuses on the individual perspectives and styles of Houston artists calling attention to various themes of self identity, life and society in the African diaspora. Highlighting the works of artists, ILEA, Janice Warren,James E. Walker, Karl Hall, & Shadia Milan. Adorn also showcased local performing artists and fashion designers.
ArtX Studio trained four interns in various specialties from June - December 2022.
Fashion Apprentice - Jailyn Stamps
Digital Design Apprentice - Harrison Kennedy
Social Media Apprentice - Susan Nguyen
Fashion Administrative Assistant - Manasi Saxena
TribeX co-sponsored/produced the "Black Beauty" fashion show at AWTY International school. The “Black Beauty" fashion show, featured students wearing fashions representing their respective countries, and fashion runway show featuring works from houston designers AfroLuxTrap and Cristiansanna. The event presented an opportunity for models and designers to speak with the students on taking pride in black culture; especially in environments where there is minor/low representation.
The 4th Annual "Art in the Park" at Stude Park, an event by Houston artist Kevin Trent and co-sponsored by TribeX, providing free art classes for children to express themselves through painting. Such activities can help children foster intellectual developments, include increasing memory capacity and general learning skills.
My Drip is Black is a project presented by the University Museum and co-sponsored by TRIBEX Museum, celebrating the creativity and beauty of African/African American culture. This documentary style runway show features emerging black designers and models expressing ideas on society, identity, and creative culture. Hosted by Perri McCary, Drip highlighted looks from Houston designers AfroLuxTrap, House of Buke, Art by Shango and MusesKloset.
The Divine Feminine Festival - A Music, Art and healing event at the Pop Up Place in Houston, presented by the Divine Feminie Podcast and cosponsored by TribeX Museum. Tribe X created a public space combining sound, nature, art and aromatherapy into a floral meditation area at the festival aptly named the Calling Garden & Healing Oasis.
Soul Flowered - Art Exhibition | JULY 2023
Fashion & Literature - Research Project | April 2023
Healing Through the Arts | Ritual in the Garden Event Series | June 2023
Near Future Projects & Partners
Texas Tribal Buffalo Project
Nature Heritage Society
Sam's Heart Girls Home
Composure Music Festival
Curator | Rites of Passage • University Museum at Texas Southern University | 2018
Curator | A Million Me’s • Break Out Arts - Project Row Houses | 2015
Curator/Artist | Artopia • Houston Press | 2014
Art Teacher Summer Programs | Community Artist Collective / Shape Community Center / Project Row Houses
Amenta B is currently a 2022-2023 Designer in Residence at the ACC Fashion Incubator Lab in Austin Texas.