Black Women in Art Part Deux: The Noir Perspective

Black Women in Art, The Noir Perspective Part Deux Conversation with industry leaders.

The Haitian Heritage Museum presents during Art Basel/ ArtWeek the 2nd installment of “Black Women in Art: The Noire Perspective” Part Deux on 12.2.22 at 10am – conversation engaging with industry leaders from our own back yard and leaders from around the United States for a dynamic panel discussion. Join this robust discussion about Black Women in Art fostering opportunities, education, and creating lasting legacies. Come listen to thought provoking conversation from curators, art brokers, art editors, and art educators.

STICHIZ, 103.5 The Beat (Moderator)

Adrienne Chadwick, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami Community Director (Panelist)

Anjeni Ramtahal, Founder, LES ÎLES (Panelist)

Karine Melissa, Karine Melissa Enterprises President- Founder Love of Urban Design (L.O.U.D)(Panelist)

Mya Carr, CEO & Photographer, Monee Film & Fotos (Panelist)

Myrtis Bedolla Founding Director Galerie Myrtis Fine Art & Advisory (Panelist)

We would like to thank our Sponsors: Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Division of Arts and Culture, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, Florida African American Historical Preservation Network, the Endowment for the Arts , Art of Black and GMCVB.

***The event is Free and Open to the Public to Male and Female **** Must RSVP to gain access


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