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The Hamptons Craze Has Taken a Toll on the Indigenous Community. These Locals Are Fighting Back Jeremy Dennis and Jess Frost run nonprofit cultural spaces on the East End that are dedicated to bridging differences through art. They spoke to CULTURED about Indigenous land, representation, and the power of community. WORDS Tali Jaffe Minor July 17, 2023 SHARE Facebook Twitter Email Copy Link Image courtesy of Jeremy… Read More »The Hamptons Craze Has Taken a Toll on the Indigenous Community. These Locals Are Fighting Back – Cultured Mag

The Hamptons Craze Has Taken a Toll on the Indigenous Community. These Locals Are Fighting Back – Cultured Mag

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

Southampton African American Museum Leads Weekend of Juneteenth Celebrations By Oliver Peterson 0 comments Posted on June 15, 2023 Brenda Simmons at the opening of the Southampton African American Museum. Hailey Burling  Get our Hamptons Insider newsletters delivered direct to you. FacebookTwitterShare The Southampton African American Museum (SAAM) is celebrating Juneteenth in a big way this year, spreading out the festivities over multiple days from Friday to Tuesday, June 16–20… Read More »Southampton African American Museum Leads Weekend of Juneteenth Celebrations

Southampton African American Museum Leads Weekend of Juneteenth Celebrations

The Church in Sag Harbor will host an Artist Talk on Friday, June 30, at 6 p.m. with visual artist Nani Chacon. The talk will be moderated by Shinnecock artist Jeremy Dennis, founder of Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio Inc., a communal art space and artists’ residency for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) located on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation. Dennis is also… Read More »Artist Talk With Nani Chacon at The Church

Artist Talk With Nani Chacon at The Church

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

Artists Are Launching Cutting-Edge Residencies Outside New York City BY MADDIE KLETT Plus Icon May 30, 2023 12:12pm The view at Denniston Hill, the residency launched by artists Julie Mehretu and Paul Pfeiffer, along with architect Lawrence Chua, on a 200-acre plot of farmland in the Catskills.PHOTO PAUL PFEIFFER/COURTESY DENNISTON HILL In the early 2000s, artists Julie Mehretu and Paul Pfeiffer, working with architectural historian Lawrence Chua, acquired a… Read More »Artists Are Launching Cutting-Edge Residencies Outside New York City – ARTnews

Artists Are Launching Cutting-Edge Residencies Outside New York City – ARTnews

Margaret Jacobs, “Old Growth,” 2019; Courtesy of Margaret Jacobs Ma’s House & BIPOC Art Studio, Inc. Jeremy Dennis continues his artistic and curatorial journey at Ma’s House, the dynamic nonprofit art space where he was the founding artist and is now president. Brianna Hernández has curated Kinship Compositions, a show of wall-mounted metal sculptures by sculptor-metalsmith Margaret Jacobs, a member of the Akwesasne Mohawk tribe… Read More »On View – Purist Online

On View – Purist Online

Ma’s House is honored to be a recipient of the Artist Choice Grant for 2023! The Ruth Foundation for the Arts has announced the 56 organizations selected for its second annual Artist Choice initiative. Considered the foundation’s flagship program, each organization will receive funds ranging from $20,000 to $50,000 for a total of $1.25 million. The initiative works by having a cohort of artists nominate… Read More »Ma’s House Chosen for Artist Choice Award 2023

Ma’s House Chosen for Artist Choice Award 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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