All images by Manuel Molina Martagon.
Listen now! Futures, Narratives, and Networks: Work from the More Art Fellowship
Missed out on a conversation from Futures, Narratives, and Networks? Now you can listen to panels, performances, and presentations from More Art’s 2020 + 2021 Fellows! Click the link above for the recordings. ➕
About Futures, Narratives, and Networks
On April 10th, 2022, the More Art 2020 and 2021 Engaging Artist Fellows gathered at the Queens Musem to share their work as socially engaged artists through a series of workshops, performances, and conversations with invited guests. Complementing the work of Stephanie Dinkins and Suzanne Lacy, the EA Fellows drew from their vast experience and research practices to examine: the limits of public art; technology and nature; building networks of communication across generations and languages; the intersection of teaching and artistic practices; and personal embodied experience as a tool for community-building. Mirroring the ideas of Dinkins and Lacy, the EA Fellows explore new opportunities to “subvert cultural narratives” and engage with the potential of our collective and individual future histories.
Participating fellows included: Bryanna Bradley, Chantal Feitosa-Desouza, Andrew Freiband, Cody Ann Herrmann, Hyperlink Press, Mafe Izaguirre, Amy Khoshbin, Althea Rao, Amy Ritter, and Hanae Utamura, with additional contributions by Bel Falleiros and Amy Wetsch and guest artists Adam Zucker, Esther Neff, and Stephanie Dinkins.
About the Engaging Artists Fellowship
The Engaging Artists Fellowship is a year-long program that provides an infrastructure and laboratory for eight NYC-based emerging and underrepresented artists (or collectives) to gain a deeper understanding of the history of the field of public art, incubate and develop their early-stage research and project, collaborate with communities in shaping society, and build sustainable careers. Click here to learn more.