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Brown Bag Lunch & Talk: Thelma Golden

Thelma Golden

Photo: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders


Brown Bag Lunch & Talk: Thelma Golden

November 30, 2012

Join curator Thelma Golden for the next in a series of brown-bag lunch-time talks.  

Thelma Golden has been the Director and Chief Curator at The Studio Museum in Harlem since 2000.  Before her appointment, she was the Special Projects Curator for Peter and Eileen Norton, contemporary art collectors and philanthropists based in Los Angeles. Prior to working with the Nortons, Golden was a curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City where she organized many exhibitions including the 1993 Biennial Exhibition (directed by Elisabeth Sussman);  and Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary Art (1994-1995). Golden teaches and lectures at several institutions  including Columbia University, Yale University and the Royal College of Art in London. Golden is also a prolific writer and has contributed essays to publications about Lorna Simpson, Carrie Mae Weems, Bill T. Jones, Kara Walker, and Glenn Ligon.

The Brown Bag Lunch & Talk series is generously supported by Maxine Granovsky Gluskin & Ira Gluskin

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