Photo courtesy Ebony Noelle Golden
EBONY NOELLE GOLDEN is a native of Houston, Texas and currently resides in the South Bronx. Her work brings a unique perspective to Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative (BDAC) that sets the consultancy apart and has been recognized by important cultural institutions across the United States. As a strategist, Ebony co-creates and powers holistic, results-oriented strategies for social impact with some of the boldest and most insightful artists and institutions in the country. Recently, Golden was awarded a 2017 activist residency at the University of Oklahoma, and an Artist-in-Residence at the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics at NYU. She has also been nominated for a Pushcart Poetry Prize and awarded fellowships and residencies from Cave Canem Foundation, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Alternate Roots, Space on Ryder, Highlander Center for Research and Education, and North Carolina A&T University, among others. Her performance work, choreography, and directing projects have been staged at Bronx Academy of Art and Dance, The Ensemble Theatre (Houston, TX), Dr. Barbara Ann Teer’s National Black Theatre, Judson Memorial Church, Hayti Heritage Center (Durham, NC), Harlem School of the Arts, DC Arts Center, and The Theatre at St. Claude (New Orleans), among others.