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The 2024 Student Art Festival, Eco vs Ego, explores our symbiotic relationship with nature. Inspired by guest thought-leader Edwina von Gal, the festival asks students, schoolteachers, and artists to delve into topics such as needs and survival, infrastructure, and growth; anthropomorphism and symbolism, and biophilia through the practices of art, design, horticulture, and performance. Core to the festival is the Student Art Festival (SAF) In-School Artist-in-Residence… Read More »STUDENT ART FESTIVAL: ECO VS EGO featuring Ma’s House Alumni and Staff

STUDENT ART FESTIVAL: ECO VS EGO featuring Ma’s House Alumni and Staff

We had a great time at yesterday’s ‘Native American History All Year Long’ event in partnership with the African-American Educational and Cultural Festival, Inc. (AAECF) hosted at Riverhead Library. Thanks to everyone who came out in support! https://www.aaecfinc.org/

Native American History All Year Long Event at Riverhead Library

when we ask what we want to keep, what we can lose, and what we want to grow? Ruth Foundation for the Arts announces 2023 Core Grant Recipients THIS APPLICATION-BASED PROGRAM IS OPEN TO ORGANIZATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY AWARDED AN ARTIST CHOICE AWARD. Each year, a relevant theme frames the grant questions. For 2023, organizations were asked: What can be transformed when we ask… Read More »Ma’s House Receives Ruth Foundation for the Arts’s 2023 Core Grant

Ma’s House Receives Ruth Foundation for the Arts’s 2023 Core Grant

Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc. is excited to announce today a grant award totaling $ 20,000.00 from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) @NYSCouncilontheArts to support the nonprofit arts and culture sector. Through New York State’s continued investment in arts and culture, NYSCA has awarded over $80 million since Spring 2023 to over 1,500 artists and organizations across the state.… Read More »Ma’s House Awarded NYSCA 2024 Support

Ma’s House Awarded NYSCA 2024 Support

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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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‘Return to Sender’ at SAC 1 Photo Staff Writeron Nov 10, 2023 On Sunday, November 19, at 2 p.m., the Southampton Arts Center presents a screening of Mara Ahmed’s “Return to Sender: Women of Color in Colonial Postcards & The Politics of Representation.” This film pushes the documentary medium in unexpected ways by opening with three contemporary South Asian American women who recreate British colonial… Read More »‘Return to Sender’ at SAC – 27East

‘Return to Sender’ at SAC – 27East

We are grateful and excited to have received $500,000.00 as part of the JumpSMART Small Business Downtown Investment Program Grant from Suffolk County! We hope this grant can help complete essential structural issues with Ma’s House and allow us to grow the capacity for our programming by working towards a new dedicated art studio in the backyard and more! You can read more about the… Read More »Ma’s House Awarded 500,000.00 by Suffolk County

Ma’s House Awarded 500,000.00 by Suffolk County

Ma’s House is excited to have received a grant with Jones Beach Energy & Nature Center for a traveling art and educational exhibit titled Indigenous Sea Stories focusing on the work of the Shinnecock Kelp Farmers. See below for more info about the announcement! By Tiffany Cussac-Smith, Newsday: Two exhibitions delving into maritime histories of people of color on Long Island are among several projects… Read More »Exhibits on Long Island Seafarers of Color, Shinnecock Kelp Farming Awarded Grants – Newsday

Exhibits on Long Island Seafarers of Color, Shinnecock Kelp Farming Awarded Grants – Newsday

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

Hebron Relocation and Ma’s House: “Hebron Relocation” and “Ma’s House” are part of the 20th Annual Indigenous Film & Arts Festival Series, “The Good Life.” Sunday, Oct. 15, 2023Films: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. | Q&A and Reception: 8:00 – 8:30 pmRicketson Auditorium, Denver Museum of Nature and Science “Hebron Relocation” Filmmaker Holly Andersen of Makkovik, Nunatsiavut, always knew that the house she lives in carries within… Read More »Hebron Relocation and Ma’s House – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Hebron Relocation and Ma’s House – Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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