This year’s exhibition is entitled Black Euphoria and will include Nigerian artists Ibe Ananaba, Sidney Blu, Doba Afolabi and Ómò Oba (HRH) Adètòmíwà A. Gbadébò, Ethiopian artist Indrias Kassaye, Jamaican-Haitian Artist Marcus Delmont, USVI artists Rodrigo Richardson and Savannah Woodson, Jamaican-American artist Tract Ann Simmonds, African-American artists Milton Mizell and Khaulah Naima Nuruddin, and Ghanaian artist Theophilus Tetteh.
This year, under the leadership of Valerie Cooper, the Community Outreach Consultant for the Smithsonian Museum of American Art, CADA will also stage a second panel discussion on the Black art collections at three leading HBCU institutions:
The University of the Virgin Islands, Florida Memorial University and Spelman College.
The panel will focus on the digitalization of HBCUs art collections and will include Dr. Cheryl Finley (Spelman College), Valerie Cooper, Dr. Chenzira Davis Kahina (UVI), Sebastian Grant (The New School) and Cheryl Wilcher (FMU).
The event will convene on Saturday, December 9, 2023, from 11:00am-1:00pm.
Brunch will be served. On Sunday, December 10th, Curator Ludlow Bailey will collaborate with North Carolina Artist and entrepreneur, J Johnson Jr to host a closing Art Basel party at Villa Tulum in Miami.
For media enquiries please contact Ludlow Bailey at +1 (786) 290-7359 or email@example.com.