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The Black Art Sessions with Ebony L. Haynes

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The Black Art Sessions with Ebony L. Haynes
Wed, Feb 10, 12 - 1:30 PM EST

The CEAD is excited to welcome Ebony L. Haynes who will be hosting a Black Art Session open to Black art students at OCADU. The Black Art Sessions are a series of talks for any Black student in an art-track program who has ever wondered about the inside workings of a commercial art gallery. This is an opportunity to ask questions about working in the "art world" and for a Black woman with 10 years of experience to share as much useful information as possible.

EBONY L. HAYNES is a writer and curator, originally from Toronto, Canada, currently based in the New York City art world, where she has worked for the past 10 years. She is a graduate of OCAD U’s MFA CRCP program in 2011.

Please note that due to the intimate size of the sessions, this session is only for Black art students at OCADU on a first-come-first-serve basis. Attendees will be asked to turn their cameras and microphones on for a generative conversation. The event will not be recorded.

To register, fill out a short intake survey and share a little about yourself and what you hope to get out of the session. 

A zoom link will be shared closer to the event.