Episode 8: Souleo + Lavett Ballard

Episode 8: Souleo + Lavett Ballard
Air Date: Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Eugenia Foxworth has two guests for this week's The Foxworth Theory podcast - curators and colleagues within the art world.

SOULEO curates entertaining and informative events, exhibitions, and cultural programs. Souleo has collaborated with noteworthy institutions and brands, including the New York Public Library, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Museum of Arts and Design, Columbia University, Barnard College, Newark Museum of Art, Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, and AARP. Souleo's work has been widely covered in outlets including the Associated Press, NY Times, The New Yorker, NBC, and more. His recent curation is the exhibit "Dionne Warwick: Queen of Twitter" at the Newark (NJ) Arts Center.

LAVETT BALLARD is a curator whose art has been commissioned as a cover for Time Magazine special Woman of the Year double edition released March 2020. Among the accolades she earned - 2021 Yaddo Artist residency fellow, named by Black Art in America as one of the Top 10 Female Emerging Artists to Collect. Ballard's work has been in film productions and exhibited at galleries and museums nationwide. Ballards work has been acquired by prominent collections such as the African American Museum of Philadelphia, the Colored Girls Museum, the Grant Hill and Petrucci Family Foundation Collection, and Syracuse University Community Folk Arts Center, and Jule Collins Smith Fine Art Museum at Auburn University Collections.

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