Colleagues & Friends: Nico Wheadon
November's C&F breakfast features the Studio Museum's Nico Wheadon, discussing the broadening landscape of cultural production, public programs and community engagement with WNYC producer Jennifer Sendrow and CaribBEING founder Shelley Worrell.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Nico Wheadon is Director of Public Programs & Community Engagement at The Studio Museum in Harlem. She is also a published arts and culture writer, photographer and cultural producer. Nico is currently on faculty at Hartford Art School teaching Public Art Professional Practices.
Jennifer Sendrow is an Executive Producer at WNYC and produces news, arts, and culture segments. She is also an experienced writer and producer for print, broadcast, digital media, and live events.
Shelley Worrell is the Founder and Chief Curator of CaribBEING, a cultural organization standing at the crossroads of film, art and culture. She previously worked in technology and media, and holds a BA in Cultural Studies and a MA in Media Studies from the New School.