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June 2024

After an incredible two years, Ma’s House is wrapping up the Creatives Rebuild New York Artist Employment Program. From June 2022 to June 2024, our dedicated team—Denise Silva-Dennis (Workshop Coordinator), Brianna L Hernández (Curator), Hunter Begun (Production), and Jeremy Dennis (Residency Coordinator)—have worked tirelessly and passionately to make Ma’s House what it is today. We are excited about the next phase of Ma’s House and… Read More »The Conclusion of Ma’s House’s CRNY Artist Employment Program

The Conclusion of Ma’s House’s CRNY Artist Employment Program

Please join us in welcoming June resident artist Kris Waymire! Ironically, as a visual artist, Kris is drawn to spoken languages. Their artistic inspiration comes from Runa Simi, a native Andean language, and many of their creative decisions are based on its grammar rules. While Kris’ grandparents would prefer studying the word of God, Kris strives to show them the beauty of their mother tongue… Read More »Kris Waymire – June 2024

Kris Waymire – June 2024

Learning from the Land Shorts Block at the 6th annual Lumbee Film Festival 📅 Saturday, July 6 at 3pm 📍Thomas Hall at the University of North Carolina Pembroke 🔗 link in bio for more details ✨Learning from the Land Shorts: 🎬 Virus 🎬 Ma’s House 🎬 Tentsítewahkwe 🎬 A Rainbow to Turtle Island 🎬 Tahnaanooku’ 🎬 Gath & K’iyh: Listen to Heal 🎬 Our Maternal… Read More »Ma’s House Reciprocity Film at Lumbee Film Festival, 2024

Ma’s House Reciprocity Film at Lumbee Film Festival, 2024

Yesterday, the talented Michael A. Butler delivered an inspiring painting workshop at Shinnecock’s Boys and Girls Club, captivating both youth and adults alike with his passion and skill. The session wasn’t just about painting—it was a journey through art that left everyone in awe. The highlight of the day was undoubtedly the Shinnecock youth walking through Michael’s exhibit, reading aloud the wall texts for each… Read More »Michael A. Butler’s painting workshop at Ma’s House with Shinneocock’s Boys & Girls Club

Michael A. Butler’s painting workshop at Ma’s House with Shinneocock’s Boys & Girls Club

We are deeply grateful to everyone who attended this year’s GATHER series at Guild Hall featuring Robin Wall Kimmerer yesterday. Her insightful discussion on her acclaimed book, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants, was truly enlightening. Robin Wall Kimmerer’s unique perspective as both a botanist and a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation provided a profound look into the ways… Read More »2024 GATHER with Robin Wall Kimmerer | Guild Hall

2024 GATHER with Robin Wall Kimmerer | Guild Hall

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Please join us in welcoming June resident artist offering rain (b. Melika Davé, 1996)! Melika is a multi-talented artist of Gujarati & Ecuadorian heritage. Born and bred in the heart of New York City and with roots stretching across continents, offering rain draws from their diverse background to craft vibrant, poly-cultural soundscapes and images that aim to refresh the world like raindrops. Their previous work… Read More »Melika Dave (Offering Rain)

Melika Dave (Offering Rain)

“Ma’s House exists primarily to serve artists of color in terms of professional development. It also serves as a space for developing ideas, creating new work, feedback, different connections to Shinnecock, its people, land, and culture.” – Jeremy Dennis, Lead Artist and President HueArts NYS Docu-series Episode Four Museum Hue is excited to share our next feature in our HueArts NYS docu-series. Meet the team… Read More »HueArts NYS Docu-series Episode Four | Ma’s House

HueArts NYS Docu-series Episode Four | Ma’s House

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