Fall 2015 Fellows


Aiesha TurmanBlack Girl Muse (BGMuseum)

A traveling museum, digital exhibition and pop-up space that utilizes art-making as a liberating and healing tool for Black women and girls dealing with issues of sex/uality, gender, identity, community, family, and place-making.


James AndrewsSpatial Resistance

An investigation of the spatial dimension of civil resistance and how to visualize decentralized protests that are disciplined, segmented and responsive to their environments.

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Victoya VeniseProtect the Art

A hub and resource that provides artists in under-resourced communities with the tools to properly develop their craft, and in return, become community leaders for youth in need.

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Spring 2015 Fellows

Sarah DahnkeDances for Solidarity

An ongoing project that invites individuals in solitary confinement to perform a series of movements, correspond with individuals outside of prison, and contribute choreography to the series of movements.

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aricocoPIPORNOT (= Premus Inter Pares + OR NOT)

A workshop series that combined collective strategizing and inspiration from social insects and their maintenance of non-hierarchical self-organization to explore how to build temporary communities during emergency situations.

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Lise BrennerVox Populi

A multimedia project that takes an intimate look at the gentrifying neighborhood of Dutch Kills in Long Island City by giving voice to and documenting the stories of those who have lived there for decades.

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