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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

Description: $35 ($30 for Members)$56.73 with Book ($51.73 for Members) Join mother, scientist, decorated professor, and author, Robin Wall Kimmerer for a conversation on her collection of essays, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teaching of Plants. As a botanist, Robin Wall Kimmerer has been trained to ask questions of nature with the tools of science. As a member of the Citizen Potawatomi… Read More »GATHER 2024 Featuring Robin Wall Kimmerer at Guild Hall

GATHER 2024 Featuring Robin Wall Kimmerer at Guild Hall

Please join us in welcoming May resident artist Marisa de la Peña! Marisa is an artist, researcher, and recent graduate from the MFA Art program at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her current work revolves around the role of horror in art and media and its power to subvert settler colonialism. From reappropriating the tropes that have rendered Indigeneity invisible historically in horror, she… Read More »Marisa de la Peña – May 2024

Marisa de la Peña – May 2024

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We are grateful to have received the Chapin Cultural Connector Award from The Harry Chapin Foundation @harrychapinfoundation and the Huntington Arts Council @huntingtonarts for their recognition of Ma’s House and in memory of Loretta Silva, AKA ‘Ma!’ Thanks also to our staff, Brianna Hernández, Denise Silva-Dennis, Hunter Begun, our Board, Volunteers, and everyone who has contributed to saving Ma’s House and transforming it into what… Read More »Ma’s House Receives 2024 Chapin Award in Recognition

Ma’s House Receives 2024 Chapin Award in Recognition

Please join us in welcoming April Ma’s House resident artist Isabel Vazquez! Isabel is a vocalist/composer/producer, born and raised in New York. Her heritage comprises Indigenous Californian/Mexican (Desert Cahuilla and Nahua/Chicano) on her father’s side and Italian on her mother’s side. Beginning her musical journey as a young adult, she sought solace from traumas such as homelessness and domestic violence. Having completed a degree in… Read More »Isabel Vazquez – April 2024

Isabel Vazquez – April 2024

Please join us in welcoming Ma’s House resident artist Josie Licavoli! Josie is a multimedia artist and educator from the Bay Area and explores diverse cultural identities, drawing from her mixed-race heritage. Inspired by San Francisco, the California coast, and various art forms such as music and literature, her work delves into human experiences, merging personal introspection with collective knowledge. Josie’s art bridges private and… Read More »Josie Licavoli – March 2024

Josie Licavoli – March 2024

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Please join us in welcoming March 2024 resident artist Ruby Que! Ruby is the first ever Ma’s House resident artist staying at “The Cottage” as part of our partnership program ‘Nourishing Reciprocity’ with artists Hope Sandrow and Ulf Skogsbergh to whom we are grateful for allowing us to expand our capacity. Ruby Que is an installation artist primarily engaging with video, sculpture, writing and performance.… Read More »Ruby Que – March 2024

Ruby Que – March 2024

  March 12, 2024   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Megan Eves, Assistant Director for Programs and Communications Museum Association of New York 518-273-3400 | meves@nysmuseums.org Museum Professionals Awarded Scholarships to Attend the Museum Association of New York’s 2024 Annual Conference in Albany this April   [Troy, NY] – The Museum Association of New York (MANY) is proud to announce that 22 museum professionals from… Read More »Ma’s House Receives Robert D. L. Gardiner Foundation Scholarship for the MANY Conference

Ma’s House Receives Robert D. L. Gardiner Foundation Scholarship for the MANY Conference

DEADLINE: APRIL 15, 2024   Application Link “State of The Nation: A BIPOC Artist Perspective” explores the complex interplay between politics, social justice, and healing through the lens of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) artists.  As we navigate the tumultuous currents of national and local politics in an election year, this exhibition focuses on the transformative power of art as a catalyst for change… Read More »OPEN CALL: State of The Nation – A BIPOC Artist Perspective – Deadline April 15th

OPEN CALL: State of The Nation – A BIPOC Artist Perspective – Deadline April 15th

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