The Studio Museum and WNYC are thrilled to announce the second annual collaboration between the station's street-level performance venue, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, and the Museum's Artist-in-Residence program.
Joining together visual arts and public radio programming, this partnership engages a broad cross-section of diverse audiences. The program kicks off at The Greene Space with a conversation between current Studio Museum artists in residence Jordan Casteel, EJ Hill and Jibade-Khalil Huffman and program alumni Kevin Beasley, Kerry James Marshall andDave McKenzie, lending unique insight into the Museum's history. During this talk, we also debut the series of engaging “day in the life” videos—shot on-location in the artists' studios at the Museum—that further illustrate the creativity and passion driving their practices. By partnering with The Greene Space, the Studio Museum deepens its commitment to supporting emerging artists and diversifying the platforms through which the public is invited to engage and gain greater insight to the seminal program that, in part, gives the Museum its name.