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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Ma’s House Benefit – Reciprocity Project Presents AMPLIFYING INDIGENOUS VOICES Showcasing Seven Short Films
https://www.broadwayworld.com/long-island/article/Reciprocity-Project-Presents-AMPLIFYING-INDIGENOUS-VOICES-Showcasing-Seven-Short-Films-20221013 Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts has announced the screening of The Reciprocity Project film series Amplifying Indigenous Voices on Sunday, November 13, at 5
Thanks to Preservation Long Island for awarding Ma’s House a 2022 Preservation Award. If you weren’t able to make it, check out the images below!
Long Islanders Explore Identity & Connection Through NEA Big Read MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2022 | Mariana Lima, Contributing Writer Using Joy Harjo’s poetry collection An American Sunrise as a starting point, Long
Shinnecock artists have been giving the world creative energy for centuries. The old ones created beautiful pieces from gifts of the Earth. Wampum carvings from quahog shells, paintings on buckskin from dye
Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc. as Recipients of Creatives Rebuild New York’s Artist Employment Program
DATE: Noon Eastern on June 30, 2022 CONTACT: Jeremy Dennis – Jeremynative@gmail.com 631-566-0486 Artists Denise Silva-Dennis, Brianna L Hernández, Hunter Begun, & Jeremy Dennis to Work in Partnership with Ma’s
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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.
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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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