Event Features Past & Present Artists-in-Residence Including
and Sanford Biggers
TUESDAY, JULY 28, 2015, 7:30PM
(New York, NY -- July 13, 2015) For nearly 50 years, The
Studio Museum in Harlem
rogram has supported and nurtured more than 100 emerging artists of African descent.
the first time, the Museum and The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at
WNYC are teaming up for an Uptown / Downtown celebration of the work of
the current group of talented young artists
to amplify their voices across New York City and beyond.
While the work of artists
Sadie Barnette, Lauren Halsey
and Eric Mack
appears at the Museum in an exhibition called Everything, Everyday: Artists in Residence 2014–15 on view July 16–October 25, 2015, The Greene Space will concurrently host
a downtown satellite exhibition, displaying their work in its lobby and on its windows.
The yearlong partnership will kick off an evening of celebration and conversation about art, creativity, and representation. Jami
Floyd will host, and participants include the three artists, as well as former Studio Museum artists in residence, Xenobia Bailey, Leslie
Hewitt, and Sanford Biggers.
WHAT: Studio Museum in Harlem Artists in Conversation
WHEN: Tuesday, July 28, 2015, 7:30 PM
WHERE: The Greene Space, 44 Charlton Street, New York, NY (corner of Varick Street)
Labels: Eric Mack, Lauren Halsey, Sadie Barnette, Sanford Biggers, The Greene Space, The Studio Museum in Harlem Artists in Conversation, WNYC, Xenobia Bailey