This event is free with museum admission.

The global community Black Women Photographers (BWP) curates an exciting night celebrating the past, present, and future of Black women in the visual arts industry during Late Night ICP. The evening will showcase an exceptional spoken word performance by Njambi Morgan, a panel discussion with three inspiring members of Black Women Photographers—Kreshonna Keane, Noémie Marguerite, and Lindsay Perryman—moderated by Flo Ngala and a curated music set from DJ AQ in the ICP galleries. Join ICP and Black Women Photographers for an evening filled with joy, art, conversation, and music. 


6-9 PM, ICP Galleries, Floor 2

Njambi Morgan Performance
6:30 PM, ICP Galleries, Floor 2

In Conversation—Black Women Photographers
7:15 PM, ICP Library, Floor 2

Founded by Polly Irungu, and launched in July of 2020, Black Women Photographers (BWP) is a global community, directory, and hub of over 1,500 Black women and non-binary identifying photographers, spanning over 60 countries and 30+ U.S. states.

Black Women Photographers is a home for Black women to receive proper recognition, and most importantly, get hired. Dedicated to providing a resource for the industry’s gatekeepers, BWP supports its members through promoting their work in an active database distributed to photo editors, directors, curators, and art buyers. The collective also offers an annual $50K grant fund, free educational resources such as regular programing of photo walks, webinars, workshops, trainings, and portfolio reviews.

BWP is committed to providing an abundance of professional and personal growth for Black creatives worldwide through community, conversation, workshops, educational resources, virtual and in-person events, and an active directory of photographers available for hire.

Image by Kreshonna Keane