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FALL 2017 Fellowship for Utopian Practice
WHAT WOULD AN HIV DOULA DO?
As part of a collective made up of artists, activists, chaplains, doulas, and others, Ted and his collaborators will be growing their work to reflectively respond to the ongoing AIDS crisis. Through a variety of events and gatherings, the collective will offer individuals and communities affected by HIV and other participants the chance to consider questions about collective community healing and support.
RECLAIMING MY VOICE
In a series workshops for young people of color who have limited access to arts education, Chris will engage participants in writing and performing original songs as a means to cultivate confidence in their creative capacity and give a voice to their stories.
THE BED-STUY SOCIAL 'PHOTO' CLUB
Having been intimately involved in her community of Bed-Stuy as part of her photography work, Hidemi is expanding her practice to create a photography studio that offers free classes to community members to learn skills in documenting and capturing their everyday lives.
DON'T MISS THE FALL ISSUE OF OUR ONLINE JOURNAL
How can we understand our complex relationship with the other species who share and shape our world? This issue brings together contributions from a video and new media artist, historical marine biologist, artist collective, and three visual artists who provide unique perspectives on the importance of understanding the ways non-human animals pervade our physical and symbolic world.
With contributions from Joseph Moore, Terike Haapoja and Laura Gustafsson, Carolyn Hall, The Environmental Performance Agency, Aida Šehović, and Linnea Ryshke.