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Catch Carrie Schneider: Sphinx at MASS MoCA through September 2023.

See Jibz Cameron’s Titanic Depression at Pioneer Work on May 20 and 21, 2023.

Visit Weeksville Heritage Center on Saturday, May 13, 2023 to experience Ebony Noelle Golden’s The Keeping. Learn more about the project in her Artist Diary!

Sarah Rosalena’s Standard Candle premieres at Mount Wilson Observatory in Los Angeles, CA on May 6.

Sage Ni’Ja Whitson’s (2019 Grantee) Transtraterrestrial is a new live performance installation designed to amplify the dark. In dialogue with Yorùbá Cosmology, Astrophysics, and research on the “blackest black,” the work centers the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy through a Black, Queer, and Transembodied lens. 

Brandon Ballengée’s Searching for the Ghosts of the Gulf will premiere at FishSTOCK in Plaquemines Parish, LA on March 25, 2023. Learn more about the project in his Artist Diary!

Sabrina Orah Mark’s Happily: A Personal History—with Fairy Tales is a beautifully written memoir-in-essays on fairy tales and their surprising relevance to modern life.

As artists Ellen Sebastian Chang and amara tabor-smith prepare for the final performance of HouseFull, they share their story.

Rodrigo Reyes’s documentary Sansón and Me is a moving portrait of the unlikely friendship of two Mexican migrants, told within the frame of the dramatic clash between systemic forces and personal choices that envelop young, incarcerated men of color in America. 

I’ve been making music since I was four. Since then, I have been guided by the urge to “infect” spaces. These “infections” have taken form as songs, endurance-based performance work, installation, short films, drawings, intimate moments with loved ones, echoes in a train station, and merely sitting still. I dropped out of community college in