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The Black Art Sessions

Instructor: Ebony L. Haynes

Free Admission, Limited Capacity

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.  Here we will discuss how to get the internship that is right for you and demystify various roles in a gallery. This is an opportunity for those interested in pursuing a career in the art world to ask real, professional practice questions, and have candid conversations about our experiences.


May 16, 11 AM EST

May 23, 12 PM EST

June 6, 1 PM EST

June 27, 2:30 PM EST

July 18, 10 AM EST

Ebony L. Haynes is a writer and curator, originally from Toronto, Canada, currently based in New York City, where she has worked for over a decade. She is a Senior Director at David Zwirner Gallery and runs 52 Walker.