Media

Radio, Television & Online Features

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Nikki A. Greene with WBUR’s Radio Boston host, Meghna Chakrabarti. August

Radio Boston

“Eating While Black: Smith College Employee Reported Student Who ‘Seemed Out Of place’.”

Guest appearance with Gelonnie Smith, graduate of Smith College and past co-chair of the school’s Black Student Alliance. August 3, 2018.

ICA Forum: Representation and Responsibility in Creative Spaces  Invited panelist with Khalil Gibran Muhammed, Sheida Soleimani, Eva Respini, and Camilo Alvarez. Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. September 28, 2017

“Tear Down the Confederate Monuments – But What’s Next? 12 Art Historians and Scholars on the Way Forward.” Artnet News, August 23, 2017.

New Visual Arts Team at Transition. Announcement of new position as the Visual Arts Editor of Transition Magazine. February 27, 2017.

Beyond ‘Mona Lisa Smile’: Art, Race, and Social Media in the Classroom.” WBUR Edify. January 6, 2017.

Professor Nikki A. Greene Talks About the Power of Art in Op-Ed and as Guest on WGBH. Wellesley College “Daily Shot” Feature. January 7, 2017.

African-American Art and Artists. Basic Black appearance on WGBH-Channel 2 with host Callie Crossley, and artists Robert Freeman, Napoleon Jones, and Ekua Holmes. December 16, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.

Wellesley College Professor Spotlights Problem Faced by People of Color in Predominantly White Towns. Wellesley College “Daily Shot” Feature. October 12, 2016.

“The Challenge of Raising Kids of Color in a Homogenous Community.” WBUR-Radio Boston with Megna Chakrabarti. August 17, 2016.

“Eating Ice Cream While Black.” WBUR-Bosoton. Cognescenti. August 15, 2016.

“Deana Lawson and Nikki A. Greene in Conversation About the Emanuel 9.” Vision and Justice, special edition of Aperture. June 2016.

“Class Visit (Art History).” Wellesley College Office of Admissions. March 2016.

Featured Faculty Profile in Lisa Scanlon Mogolov, “Race, History and Art.” Wellesley Magazine. Spring 2016.

Black Portraiture{s} II Conference: “Facing the Music: Radcliffe Bailey, Sun Ra, and the African Diasporic Body.” Florence, Italy. May 2015.

Nikki A. Greene reads Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man. What Wellesley’s Reading. LTS. October 15, 2014.

Interview with Daniela Rivera and Nikki A. Greene. “In-Transit/En tránsito” Faculty Exhibition. Gallería Macchina Universidad Católica, Santiago, Chile. August 2014.

“Radcliffe Bailey’s Soundscapes.” Invited speaker at The Davis Museum at Wellesley College for the retrospective Radcliffe Bailey: Memory as Medicine. April 2012.

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