Meet the Director for Ce Nitram Sacul
Ebony Noelle Golden is a performance artist, scholar, and cultural strategist. She was recently awarded a Teer Spirit Award by National Black Theatre, a Dance Your Future Residency and Grant for Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance and Pepatian, and a public artist residency (PAIR) by the Office of Cultural Affairs and The Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence.
Upcoming or recent works include: WASH’D// by Ebony Noelle Golden (world premiere November 2018), DAT BLACK MERMAID MAN LADY by Sharon Bridgforth (world premiere- June 2018), CE NITRAM SACUL by Linda Parris Bailey (re-mount-September 2018), and 125th & FREEdom (world premiere-June 2019).
Golden collaborates with community members, cultural institutions, and creatives to co-create and stage site-specific rituals and live art installations that profoundly explore the complexities of freedom in the time of now. Ebony is also a second year resident artist at Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics where she researches and creates public projects focused on the impact of radical creative practice from the 1970s through the contemporary movement for black lives. Golden also lectures on black feminist/womanist theatre and experimental performance at New School. In addition to her artistic and scholarly work, Ebony designs cultural initiatives, public programs, arts-driven campaigns as the founding CEO and principal strategist at Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, LLC, a arts and culture strategy consultancy and arts accelerator based in New York City. www.bettysdaughterarts.com/ Twitter / Instagram: @ebonynoellegolden
September 13 - 16
The Flying Anvil Theatre
1300 Rocky Hill Rd,
Knoxville, TN 37919