Who’s Behind Black Art: A Screening and Talk with Writer/Director John Campbell (Saturday, June 29)

Join Director, Writer and Producer John Campbell as he explores the lives of five young Black emerging artists from Good Black Art in this first-look screening and discussion of the new docu-series, Who’s Behind Black Art. Interviews with each artist against a backdrop of their work will illuminate their family history, community, influences, mentors, education, support systems, their battles and triumphs, as well as candid experiences with racism in the industry and in America. To learn more about the artists, and to watch a trailer, click here.

Date/Time: Saturday, June 29, 1:30 – 2:30pm

Location: In person, Hudson Area Library Community Room

Registration: Registration appreciated. Contact programs@hudsonarealibrary.org or call 518-828-1792 x101.

Presented in partnership with Hudson’s Juneteenth Festival.

Born in London and now residing in Columbia County, John Campbell’s career started in the music industry with artists including Whitney Houston, Elton John, George Michael, Boy George, Jon Secada, Zucchero, Nu Colors, Brand New Heavies, and Eurythmics. Moving his career into the financial industry for 17 years, John then forged his management and creative skills to form JCINTIME, LLC the production company that developed Who’s Behind Black Art, as well as several groundbreaking and award-winning films and features. John’s full bio can be found here.