FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5 - SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7 2021
inPUBLIC 2021, a space for collective healing, imagination, and connection.
This 3 day festival features 60+ Boston local and visiting artists responding to the prompt "We will tend to...."
This prompt emerged out of our desire to
explore the attention and care we give to ourselves, others and our environment in these extraordinary times.
This festival is powered by DS4SI (Design Studio for Social Intervention)
TRUST TRANSFER PROJECT (TTP)
PRESENTED BY COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL OF SPRINGFIELD & SPRINGFIELD CULTURAL PARTNERSHIP
The Trust Transfer Project mobilizes youth, artists, faith leaders, educators, health professionals, and other trusted community influencers to create works of artistic messaging that lead to improved public health outcomes. This project leverages Springfield’s cultural assets to increase access to evidence-based public health information, particularly around COVID19 and vaccines, promote positive health choices, and foster hope and healing.
Led by Community Music School of Springfield and the Springfield Cultural Partnership, the Trust Transfer Project engages a broad representation of young creatives and working artists from Springfield to develop artistic messaging in a variety of mediums that is shared and disseminated across the city. The Trust Transfer Project centers the creative voices of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) from Springfield with the goal of improving the health and wellbeing of our community. Central to the success of this project is our ability to compensate artists for their work thanks to generous grant funders, contributing to the local economy and increasing engagement in the initiative overall.
Our amazingly talented Springfield community has created paintings, drawings, graphic designs, music, spoken word, poems and videos for this initiative. "
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2020
URBANE is a 3 hour Pop-up, gallery authentically & intentionally engaging artists to audiences.
“Art is intimate; culture close enough to touch. You are not basic so why should the way you experience art be basic? Let the kids stand in lines and crowd dirty shelves for diluted wine coolers. Urbane cultivates the sophisticated.”
— BEMO ON URBANE
HER HOUSE : AFTER HOURS
WEDNESDAY JULY 10. 2019
"At HER MUSE, our main inspiration to do what we do is you...yes, you. All of you bad-ass, game-changing womxn of the world!
By viewing you all as our own muses, we aim to build a community of creative, womxn leaders around the city by establishing platforms and experiences to further connect, collaborate and inspire each other and everyone around us.
So, without further ado, we would like to introduce and welcome you all to HER HOUSE at Canopy Room! A small, closed and intimate gathering, we will focus on providing a networking space for womxn in the community, through a much more personal and relaxed setting. Be prepared to come with your minds and hearts open, and ready to have a night filled with activities and conversations that we hope will further advance you in your selves and careers! That's all we can give away for now...but don't worry, you're in good hands!" @HERMUSECOLLECTIVE
TRAPSEED X AB | SUDAN: LAND OF TWO NILES
FRIDAY JUNE 28.2019
TRAPSEED x AB
Collaborated to curate a Pop Up Fundraiser for Sudan featuring merchandise by AB and Trapseed as well as two paintings for sale by Boston artist Rebecca Eunoia. All sale proceeds were donated to University of Khartoum Alumni Association's Food and Medicine Fund for Sudan. 6-9 pm 26 Temple Place Boston MA 02111 .
BLND X LAYT PRESENT: ARTIST REVENGE
FRIDAY MAY 24. 2019
BLND and LAYT present Artist Revenge. A night showcasing local artists at Dorchester Art Project.
Special performance by Xander
and on the tables DJ Guru Sanaal