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  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

Jaleeca Yancy – January 2023

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Great news this week from the Shinnecock Indian Reservation’s innovative and forward-thinking Ma’s House: Thanks to help from Creatives Rebuild New York, visiting artists to the BIPOC artist-focused not-for-profit now will receive living stipends during Ma’s residency programs. CRNY is a three-year, $125 million dollar Mellon Foundation-backed program investing in New York State artists—a sector that took an inordinate financial hit during the height of the Covid 19… Read More »Ma’s House in Southampton bolsters BIPOC artists with new funding for its residency program – Southforker

Ma’s House in Southampton bolsters BIPOC artists with new funding for its residency program – Southforker

  Please join us in welcoming current resident artist Brandon Sward! @brandonsward Brandon Sward is an artist, writer, and doctoral candidate at the University of Chicago. He has been a Pushcart Prize nominee, quarterfinalist for the VanderMey Nonfiction Prize, shortlisted for Disquiet International’s Literary Prize, and an honorable mention and finalist for the New Millennium Writing Awards. He’s won residencies at Alternative Worksite, Byrdcliffe, the… Read More »Brandon Sward – December 2022

Brandon Sward – December 2022

Demarcus McGaughey, a Texas native, and New York-based mixed media artist, passionately captures the beauty, strength, and vibrancy of people of color. Inspired by his mother as a child, he sharpened his artistic talents by coloring within the lines of her tracings. Eventually, he tapped into his storehouse of magic that pushed him to color outside the lines and chart an artistic path of his… Read More »Demarcus McGaughey – October 2022

Demarcus McGaughey – October 2022

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 p.m. The screening of seven short films will be followed by a talkback presented by contemporary fine art photographer and filmmaker Jeremy Dennis. All proceeds from the screening will go to benefit Ma’s House, a nonprofit… Read More »Ma’s House Benefit – Reciprocity Project Presents AMPLIFYING INDIGENOUS VOICES Showcasing Seven Short Films

Ma’s House Benefit – Reciprocity Project Presents AMPLIFYING INDIGENOUS VOICES Showcasing Seven Short Films

Koyoltzintli is an interdisciplinary artist, a healer and educator. She grew up on the coast of Ecuador and the Andes, geographies that permeate in her work. She focuses on geo poetics, ancestral technologies, ritual and storytelling through collaborative practices and personal narratives. Intersectional theories, and earth-based healing informs her work. Nominated for Prix Pictet in 2019, her work has been exhibited in the National Portrait… Read More »Koyoltzintli – October 2022

Koyoltzintli – October 2022

Please join us in welcoming September Ma’s House resident artist Aima Paule @aimathedrmr ! Aima is a Oakland, CA based multimedia artist in music, installation art, graphic art, videos, and poetry. Aima is deeply inspired by survival and “thrival” techniques through artistic commentary and expression that they, themself, and their community use to navigate systems of oppression. Aima’s art is also inspired by how we… Read More »Aima Paule

Aima Paule

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