Fall 2013 Fellows
A yearlong series of collaborative public performances and print publication that challenge antiquated notions of feminism, locate such notions within the news media, and aim to create a long lasting archive of readers’ responses to daily news.
A participatory workshop offered to low-income female youth that emphasizes collaboration through creative movement. A combination of hip hop, yoga, and vocalization, as well as media literacy breakout groups that explore the goddess archetype in contemporary culture, the Diamond Tribe workshop creates a safe space for self-empowerment within a group dynamic.
Spring 2013 Fellows
A series of video chat room discussions with Bill Etra about his lifelong pursuit of “total plasticity of the moving image.”
A temporary collaborative public sculpture and ecological activity workshop where participants turned common food storage and urban gardens into unique living wall systems.
A tangible central hub for communities to discuss everyday environmental challenges in order to stimulate exchange information and promoting new legislation.
A series of public reading and writing groups organized around issues such as identity, technology and language.