Date & Time: 
Tuesday, September 20, 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Location(s): 
Madison College South Goodman Campus
2429 Perry St
Madison, WI

Black Women Artists Speak invites five Black women creatives, from a variety of artistic genres, including visual arts, poetry, and music, to share their perspectives about how Madison could  provide a healthier, more supportive environment, for them to work as artists here.

This hybrid event will take place in person at the Madison College South Goodman Campus on the second floor in the Community Room, Virtually via Zoom & Facebook Live on the Friends of the Madison Arts Commission Facebook Page.

6:00pm Doors Open --  Music by Sonia Valle, Light refreshments
6:30pm Panel Discussion 
8:00pm Art Vendors & Information Tables

This panel invites Black women, creative artists to share from several artistic genres, their true experiences in Madison and what should be done to ensure equity and fairness in the Madison arts. The discussion will center on ways in which art institutions, funders and philanthropic communities can be supportive. This panel is sponsored by The Madison Arts Commission and Friends of Madison Arts Commission.

Event Cost: Free
Registration Details: Registration via eventbrite is for in-person attendance and is limited to the first 200 people. Additional attendees can watch via zoom or the Friends of the Madison Arts Commission Facebook page.
Handicapped Accessible: Yes
Sponsoring Organization(s): Madison Arts Commission
Contact: Contact Fabu Carter, Madison Arts Commission Grant Committee Chair & Karin Wolf, Madison Arts Program Administrator at MadisonArts@CityofMadison.Com
Pre-Registration?: Yes
American Sign Language (ASL) Provided?: No