Board & Staff - Nsenga Knight

Nsenga Knight

In-Situ Artist Fellow

Nsenga is a Black woman wearing orange earrings, a black shawl and a white top. She is standing in front of a glass staircase at the Queens Museum.

Nsenga Knight is an In Situ artist Fellow at the Museum. She has exhibited her artwork at Contemporary Image Collective in Cairo, Egypt, the New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York, NY; MoMA PS1, Long Island City, NY; the Drawing Center, New York, NY; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX; Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art, Brooklyn, NY; BRIC Arts, Brooklyn, NY; AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; among others. Knight has been awarded with a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, a Foundation for Contemporary Arts grant, a Southern Constellations Fellowship, the Leeway Foundation Art and Change Grant, and Brooklyn Arts Council grants. She has held artist residencies at BRICworkspace in Brooklyn, NY, the Drawing Center in New York, Elsewhere Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, the Galveston Artist Residency in Galveston, Texas, Brandywine Workshop in Philadelphia, Film/Video Arts Center in New York, and was a BCAT/ Rotunda Gallery Multimedia Artist in Residence in Brooklyn, NY.