“Gather: Conversations Led by Black & Indigenous Changemakers” began in 2020 when Anthony Madonna of Guild Hall in East Hampton and Jeremy Dennis of Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio in the Shinnecock Indian Nation came together to create the series over Zoom. It has since grown to be an annual series of in-person events.
On Monday afternoon, Komikka Patton was waiting for her plane at Charlotte Douglas International Airport — boarding announcements and last calls sounding in the background
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 15, 2023 EXHIBITION DATES: August 14 – October 9, 2023 SUBMISSION FORM Portrait of Ma by Demarcus McGaughey SUMMARY: Family is one of the most fundamental aspects of human existence. It is where we first learn… Read More »OPEN CALL – Family Ties – A Celebration of Love, Kinship, and Belonging
Please join us in welcoming March 2023 resident artist Leah Victoria! @_holy_people Leah is a narrative artist and musician from Long Island, NYC, and Azuay, Ecuador. She writes and records music as Holy People, among other collaborative sound and performance-based projects. Leah’s practice is influenced by their connection to home, land, and ancestral memory. Please RSVP and join us this SUNDAY at 2:30 pm for… Read More »Leah Victoria – March 2023
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 initial two recipients received grants of $75,000 apiece.
Please join us in welcoming current resident artist JJ McDonald! @sprklngwater ! Jamelda J. McDonald is an interdisciplinary artist born in the southern United States. They earned a BFA in art video from Syracuse University, and their practice is based on video, poetry, and assemblage. Through these modes, they attempt to archive memories and sensations. Visual degradation, digital content appropriated hundreds of thousands of times, and dissonance between sound and image are the sutures used to connect collective and individual experiences. “Self-expression as a multitude of voices” is the heart of their practice.
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 portraits, mementos, stories and advice, “Beyond Grief” explores how a diverse array of grievers navigate and rebuild after a life-changing loss. This exhibition will feature portrait photography and personal stories from grievers as well as… Read More »Ma’s House Offers an Exhibition on Loss – 27East
Shinnecock explore connection to Native American residential schools in art exhibit WSHU | By Jeniece Roman Published February 6, 2023 at 1:15 PM EST
Please join us in welcoming February resident artist Stephen Longoria @steponhen ! As a printmaker and muralist, Stephen is drawn to these mediums’ expressive and rebellious nature. Printmaking allows him to experiment with different techniques and materials, and he enjoys creating multiple versions of a single image through print runs. On the other hand, Murals offer a sense of immediacy and impermanence that Stephen finds exciting. Both… Read More »Stephen Longoria – February 2023
Please join us in welcoming January resident artist Jaleeca R. Yancy! Jaleeca is a multi-disciplinary artist developing an abstract visual language rooted in experimentation, imagination, and sustainability practices. From Memphis, Tennessee, she currently lives and works in New York. She graduated from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN, with a dual major in marketing and graphic design. After working as an in-house designer for multiple… Read More »Jaleeca Yancy – January 2023