Documenting the Black Art Experience with Kaila Austin, Indianapolis

 

 

This panel will explore the unique and symbiotic roles that exist among Black art creators and stakeholders in elevating the value of Black art. What’s required for an artist to build and sustain a robust career, or to become a cultural icon? How can Black art stakeholders drive both the cultural and investment value of Black fine art to impact inclusion and access objectives.

Panelists:

Leslie Guy, Principal, Leslie Guy Consultancy, Chicago, Moderator
Garbo Hearne, Hearne Fine Art, Arkansas
Deborah Roberts, Artist, Texas
Diane Dinkins-Carr, DDC Consulting Group, Inc.

 

 

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