May 6, 2022, 1–2pm EDT
Black Women Art Writers & Culture Journalists: Our Impact and Care
Pier 36
299 South Street
Today, Black womxn art writers & cultural critics are a leading and authoritative voice, both online and in print, given the care and nuance we bring in writing about Black American, African, and African diasporic artists. This stems from a well-documented trajectory of Black womxn and femme art writers & critics who came before us, and the longstanding cultural labor they've produced.

For NADA Presents, Black Latinx writer, author, and founder of Gallery Gurls, Jasmin Hernandez, leads a robust conversation with Black womxn independent culture journalists, Isis Davis-Marks, Daria Simone Harper, and Jasmine Weber. A fruitful dialogue centered on writing about Black artists very thoughtfully, the ways our writing impacts the art market, the care and specificity we apply to our work, and writing within a still white-dominated art media landscape.

Image Credit Clockwise: portrait of Jasmin Hernandez by Sunny Leerasanthanah; image courtesy Isis Davis-Marks; portrait of Daria Simone Harper by Jojo Korsh courtesy of BFA; and image courtesy Jasmine Weber.