Autumn Robinson and Havanna Fisher Newby in Creative Conversation
August 2, 2016
2016 Artist-in-Residence Havanna Fisher Newby and 2016 Create Change Fellow Autumn Robinson stroll through Harlem while discussing inspiration, power, and the social responsibilities of being Black artists during this time.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Autumn Robinson is a Harlem-based community organizer, documentarian, and cultural producer whose work meets at the intersection of race, gender, class, and activism and seeks to tell the stories of those most marginalized. She earned her BA in Journalism & Communications from Hampton University.
Havanna Fisher Newby is a budding interdisciplinary artist from Harlem who works across the fields of design, performing arts and film. She has a profound interest in using her skills and gifts to combine the arts with education to bring about political awareness and thus probable change within the American landscape of ideological identity as well as creating a holistic approach to living life together.