The archival genesis of Blood Feather and its rich inquiry into poetry as a curatorial act.
This lecture was given at Wellesley College during the premiere of Lorraine O’Grady’s Miscegenated Family Album at the Davis Museum and Cultural Center.
A poetry collection that is “allergically pastoral” and full of good fantasies (with a touch of pain).
Embroidery and beaded glass sculptures combine craft with history.
An account of a life-long haunting that is part memoir, part ghost story, and part critical theory.
Art online during COVID-19.
Join us as we celebrate the forthcoming release of Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore’s new book, The Freezer Door.
Celebrate the launch of Teresa Carmody’s new novel, The Reconception of Marie
A Raqs Media Collective member discusses politics, art, and not making art.
An album inspired by filmmaker Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage.
On interviewing revolutionaries, writing from photographs, and collaborating with translators.
Two memoirs about immigrant roots—from the Soviet Union to Syria—and growing up queer on the cultural margins of New York City.
Weaving the personal and political in silk.
As an Indigenous poet, Belcourt is creating space for himself and his community in “a world we did not want, a world that we did not build for ourselves.”
On her new film, Aggie, the reimagining of art, and the urgency of justice.
Co-presented by Museum of Arts and Design and BOMB Magazine