Revitalize! Black Women Artists of Louisville in Conversation with Idris Goodwin
Hosted by Idris Goodwin and co-moderated by Dr. Erica Sutton, Associate Professor at University of Louisville School of Medicine, Board member of Fund For The Arts
- Lucy Azubuike: A multimedia artist, Lucy specializes in photography, film, and performance.
- Sandra Charles: A visual artist, Sandra originally worked as a batik ﬁber artist before developing a passion for oil painting.
- Ramona Dallum Lindsey: An artist working with traditional quilting and ﬁne art techniques, Ramona employs discarded, abandoned, and reclaimed materials.
- Toya Northington: An artist working in mixed media and across disciplines, Toya speaks of her work as pushing back at societal expectations, as an act of resistance. She currently also works as the Community Outreach Manager at the Speed Art Museum.
- + resident musician Jacqui Blue
A diverse multi-generational mix of artists, organizers, administrators, educators, and motivators converge and converse around the evocative work of Ebony G. Patterson and her solo exhibition, Ebony G. Patterson…while the dew is still on the roses….
Led by Idris Goodwin, playwright, break beat poet, educator, and Artistic Director of StageOne Family Theatre, these conversations bridge Ebony G. Patterson’s visions with the issues and ideas with which we wrestle every day.
FREE as part of Sunday Showcase