Ma's House & BIPOC Art Studio

An art space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color

The health disparities and economic injustice within minority communities that have become clear during the COVID-19 pandemic and rise of social justice activism against police brutality, bigotry, and systemic racism show a deep urgency for artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color (BIPOC) to have safe spaces for free creativity and healing.

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About Us

Ma's House Project is led by Shinnecock artist and photographer Jeremy Dennis.


Dennis' goal is to create a welcoming art space for black, indigenous, and people of color.

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Read more about Ma's House, our vision, and who Ma (Loretta Silva) is by clicking the links in the menu.

Shinnecock Indian Nation tribal members volunteering in housing rehabilitation efforts. Taking a break after removing the 700+ pound rusted furnace from the basement of Ma’s House.

Our latest activity

Since June, we raised over $30,000 of the $50,000 goal. With that money, a lot has already been done, including removing leaky plumbing, pouring a new cement floor in the basement to cover the dirt, and replacing the floor of the kitchen and bathroom.

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We are always looking for volunteers to help the rehabilitation process, paint walls, brainstorm fundraising programs, and more.

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