Linda Goode Bryant

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
5 pm | Campbell 153

The Studio Art Department is honored to host a talk from activist, gallery owner, filmmaker, entrepreneur Linda Goode Bryant. Goode Bryant is best known for founding the Just Above Manhattan (JAM) Gallery in 1974 that centered around supporting artists of color, which helped jumpstart the careers of many well known artists including David Hammons, Senga Nengudi, Maren Hassinger, Houston Conwill, among many others. More recently, Goode Bryant expanded her efforts beyond the art world and founded Project Eats, an initiative that promotes urban farming in black and brown communities in New York.