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Becoming – Workshop with artist Komikka Patton at Bridgehampton Museum | Upon This Ground
April 3 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
We’re thrilled to partner with The Bridgehampton Museum for a series of artist and artisan-led workshops exploring how we tell our stories.
Please join us for our premiere workshop with multi-media artist Komikka Patton!
Go to this URL to register!
The Bridgehampton Museum Partners with Ma’s House for:
UPON THIS GROUND
Art | Community | Discussion
We are thrilled to announce a partnership with the Bridgehampton Museum for a series of artist and artisan-led
workshops beginning in 2023.
UPON THIS GROUND – Art | Community | Discussion Is envisioned as a collaborative art
experience that will create an inclusive, collaborative environment encouraging a greater
understanding of the presentation and interpretation of individual and collective history.
Artists-in-residence from Ma’s House BIPOC Studio, Shinnecock artists, and East End
Community members will lead the lively discussions, workshops, and demonstrations.
Artistic themes explore self-identification, how we tell our stories, the artist’s process, and
one’s connection to place.
Programs will be held at The Bridgehampton Museum throughout 2023 and include
workshops, demonstrations, and lectures, followed by a small informal reception.
“Our goal is to create, foster, and grow an ongoing cross-cultural exchange by expanding the
visibility and accessibility of these often-marginalized artists and our museum through interesting
and engaging programs,” said Nina Dec, the executive director of the Bridgehampton Museum.
“I am excited to partner with Bridgehampton Museum on what is traditionally Shinnecock and
Montauket land to give voice to underrepresented artists and artists of color,” Mr. Dennis said.
Ma’s House is a communal art space created and led by Mr. Dennis on the Shinnecock Territory
where Black, Indigenous, and People of Color create and exhibit artwork. This partnership is an
expansion of their weekly workshops meant to support BIPOC artists and expose the
Bridgehampton community to Ma’s House Resident Artists.