The Studio Museum in Harlem presents The Artist’s Voice with Ebony G. Patterson

By Holly Bynoe Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 Categories: Diaspora, Events, Updates

All are invited to the The Studio Museum in Harlem on the 15th of June from 7-9pm  for a groundbreaking conversation with Ebony G. Patterson. Featured in Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, Patterson’s work explores an area of popular culture, specifically examining the identity of a powerful demographic in the island context: young black men. Ebony G. Patterson’s artwork is very much a reflection on the ways in which young black men shape their identities within the Jamaican dancehall culture.

This program is free with museum admission. RSVPs are required. Seating is limited. Studio Museum members receive priority seating, subject to availability.

Holly Bynoe
Holly Bynoe

Holly Bynoe is a curator, visual artist and writer based in the Caribbean. She is the Executive Director of ARC Magazine, and a graduate of Bard College International Center of Photography (2010) where she earned her M.F.A. in Advanced Photographic Studies. She currently holds the position of Chief Curator at the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, and is co-director of the annual arts conference Tilting Axis and Caribbean Linked Residency Program.