An art space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color
Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc. is led by Indigenous artist Jeremy Dennis. The project began in June 2020 and serves as a communal art space based on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton, New York. The family house, built in the 1960s, features a residency program for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), art studio, library, along with hosting an array of art and history-based programs for tribe members and the broader local community. A not-for-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc. was chartered in 2021 in the State of New York.
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‘Upon This Ground’: Ma’s House, Bridgehampton Museum Launch New Artist Series – 27East
On Monday afternoon, Komikka Patton was waiting for her plane at Charlotte Douglas International Airport — boarding announcements and last calls sounding in the background
OPEN CALL – Family Ties – A Celebration of Love, Kinship, and Belonging
Family Ties – A Celebration of Love, Kinship, and Belonging Open Call for BIPOC Artists Exhibition at the Old Stone House & Washington Park Exhibition Curator: Jeremy Dennis SUBMISSION DEADLINE: May
Ma’s House Receives Bob Moses Award – Bob Moses’s family continues his legacy of social impact | Boston Globe
The Bob Moses Fund for Education and Organizing. Administered in collaboration with the Cambridge Community Foundation, the fund will honor — and provide financial lifelines — to community activists. The
Ma’s House Offers an Exhibition on Loss – 27East
Ma’s House will present “Beyond Grief: Snapshots of Life After Loss,” in collaboration with Luna Peak Foundation. The show went on view February 4 and runs through March 25. Through
Shinnecock explore connection to Native American residential schools in art exhibit WSHU
Shinnecock explore connection to Native American residential schools in art exhibit WSHU | By Jeniece Roman Published February 6, 2023 at 1:15 PM EST
Current & Past Artist Residents
Leah Victoria – March 2023
JJ McDonald – March 2023
Stephen Longoria – February 2023
Jaleeca Yancy – January 2023
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Shinnecock Indian Nation tribal members volunteering in housing rehabilitation efforts during the 2020 renovation. Taking a break after removing the 700+ pound rusted furnace from the basement of Ma’s House.
Our latest activity
Since June 2020, we raised over $30,000 to renovate and replace 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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From our blog
- ‘Upon This Ground’: Ma’s House, Bridgehampton Museum Launch New Artist Series – 27East
- OPEN CALL – Family Ties – A Celebration of Love, Kinship, and Belonging
- Leah Victoria – March 2023
- Ma’s House Receives Bob Moses Award – Bob Moses’s family continues his legacy of social impact | Boston Globe
- JJ McDonald – March 2023
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