Tiffany Bradley, Founder
Tiffany Bradley is the founder of Colored Criticism, a place for people of color to be seen and heard in the arts. Her focus is on intersectional, interpersonal, and interdisciplinary art. During the COVID-19 crisis, she convened #ArtOffPause, a livestream series for artists and curators working in affected communities. Tiffany’s film work has been shown at Guild Hall of East Hampton, Brooklyn Community Foundation and Rush Arts Foundation. Her writing has appeared in The Nation, Westchester Magazine, Colorlines, Racialicious, and the Americans for the Arts blog. Tiffany has worked in audience development at the U.S. Department of Arts & Culture, Race Forward, Americans for the Arts, and Fractured Atlas. She holds a B.A. in Africana Studies from Brown University, studied abroad at American University in Cairo, and was a Fulbright scholar in Museum Studies at the University of Haifa.