Ebony Noelle Golden, Invited Artist Faculty (2013–19, 2021)
Ebony Noelle Golden is an artist, scholar, and culture strategist from Houston, TX and now living and working in Harlem. She stages site-specific rituals and lives art performances that profoundly explore the complexities of freedom in the time of now. She serves as the founding CEO and principal engagement strategist at Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, an NYC-based culture consultancy, and arts accelerator, working globally. She lectures on contemporary black feminist, womanist, and experimental theatre of the African diaspora at The New School and community-based performance praxis in the graduate Performance and Performance Studies Program at Pratt. Current projects include 125th & FREEdom (WP-June 2019), In The Name Of… (WP- August 2019), The Dallas Project: Routes (Texas premier- May 2019) and wash’d// an evening-length dance ritual. Ebony is also preparing to launch Jubilee 2020 a social practice + public performance project rooted in co-creating a visionary and liberated future with community members in Harlem, NY and beyond.