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2023

Please join us in welcoming November Ma’s House resident artist Sen Mendez! Sen, aka Queen Sen Sen, is an Indigenous, non-binary, and fat artist, educator, and bachata dancer deeply rooted in the Huichin Ohlone Territory/Oakland, California. Sen is a self-taught artist, working primarily in printmaking, painting, and social practice. He prioritizes creating accessible and inclusive spaces to learn art for those without the resources and… Read More »Sen Mendez – November 2023

Sen Mendez – November 2023

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Please join us in welcoming October 2023 Ma’s House Resident Artist Dennis Redmoon Darkeem! @redmoondennis Dennis RedMoon Darkeem was born in the Bronx and raised in. He is of Yamassee Creek-Seminole Native American and African American descent. He has been an Art Educator in the South Bronx for over ten years and received his Bachelor’s in Fine Arts and his Master’s in Art Direction from… Read More »Dennis RedMoon Darkeem – October 2023

Dennis RedMoon Darkeem – October 2023

Please join us in welcoming October resident artist Darlene Deloris @love.lenalove Born in Atlanta, GA, in the 1980s, Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary artist Darlene Deloris studied History and African American Studies at the University of Georgia and SUNY Empire State University. She uses a variety of mediums, textures, colors, & symbols to create portraits that give voice to the Black woman who is constantly transposing between a… Read More »Darlene Deloris – October 2023

Darlene Deloris – October 2023

Please join us in welcoming Sept 2023 resident artist Tammie Dupuis! @tammie.dupuis | Join us on Sept 22nd at the Bridgehampton Museum for a public Twine Bag Workshop led by Tammie. (link in bio or on www.mashouse.studio) Tammie was born and raised in Northwestern Montana on the Flathead Reservation. Her father was Qlispe’a and Seli’š, and her mother was the daughter of non-Indigenous settlers who moved to… Read More »Tammie Dupuis – September 2023

Tammie Dupuis – September 2023

Please join us in welcoming August resident artist Olga El! @thekandake Olga El is an award-winning emerging playwright, performance activist, and folkloric dancer who aims to engage audiences in ways that inspire change—on the level of the personal, communal, or beyond—that will ultimately lead to a more just, compassionate, and healthy society. Soulful and ambitious, her work serves as a platform for diverse stories that don’t often… Read More »Olga El – August 2023

Olga El – August 2023

Please join us in welcoming July resident artist Jenie Gao @jeniegao ! Jenie (she/they) is a full-time artist, creative director, and entrepreneur. She runs an anti-gentrification arts business specializing in printmaking, public art, social practice, and storytelling. She consults for cultural organizations and the public sector on equity and ethics. Jenie pulls from personal and professional experiences as a second-generation Taiwanese- Chinese American, woman of color, and… Read More »Jenie Gao – July 2023

Jenie Gao – July 2023

Please join us in welcoming current Ma’s House resident artist Pachi Muruchu @muruchuwa Pachi Muruchu is a Kichwa-Ecuadorian painter whose work depicts the poetics, politics, objectives, and resistance that have occurred for centuries on Abya Yala. His images weave centuries of indigenous storytelling and ecological knowledge with contemporary experiences. https://muruchu.myportfolio.com/ Pachi will lead a public collage workshop this Saturday from 6- 8 pm at Ma’s House; stay… Read More »Pachi Muruchu – July 2023

Pachi Muruchu – July 2023

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Please join us in welcoming June resident artist Nanibah “Nani” Chacon! @nanibah Nani is a Dine (Navajo) and Chicana artist, most recognized as a painter and muralist. Chacon was born in Gallup, New Mexico, and grew up on both the Navajo reservation and in New Mexico. She is currently based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Chacon’s most notable works have been within the public arts sector,… Read More »Nani Chacon – June 2023

Nani Chacon – June 2023

Noel Maghathe is a queer, mixed Palestinian-American performance artist and curator. They create and perform with queer functional tools to navigate the world, and their practice centers on their Palestinian heritage. Through their work, Maghathe seeks to educate audiences about the pain of occupation and their yearning for their country while also delving into the deeper dimensions of personal identity beyond surface-level labels. Maghathe values… Read More »Noel Maghathe – June 2023

Noel Maghathe – June 2023

Ayasha Guerin is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and curator who lives between Berlin and the unceded territory of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations, colonially known as Vancouver. Dr. Guerin holds a Ph.D. from New York University, American Studies. Ayasha Guerin was inspired to apply for a residency after a visit to the Shinnecock oyster hatchery and the Shinnecock kelp farmers… Read More »Ayasha Guerin – May 2023

Ayasha Guerin – May 2023

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