Regular Posts Tagged ‘Ashley Minner’
8th May 2017Posted in: Blog 0

“Ashley Minner and Sean Scheidt are this week’s Close Up Baltimore storytellers. They have decided to focus on elder immigrants to disrupt the hateful rhetoric flying around. Ashley and Sean want to show that good people come from every part of the world and also that immigrants built/build Baltimore.”   Like Close Up Baltimore on […]

29th Mar 2016Posted in: Blog 0

As part of UNC Pembroke’s Native American Speakers Series, a panel of American Indian artists will discuss the topic of Southeastern Native art on Thursday, March 31 at 7 pm in the University Center Annex. The panel includes: – America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), a painter, printmaker, educator, and editor of First American Art Magazine; – […]

26th Sep 2015Posted in: Blog 0

Ashley Minner is pleased to have been invited- along with America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), a painter, printmaker, educator, and editor of First American Art Magazine, Jessica Clark (Lumbee), a Robeson County painter and educator, and Terry White, a Lumbee artist from Robeson County- to participate on a panel on Contemporary Southeastern Native Art as part of the University of […]

2nd Dec 2014Posted in: Blog 0

West Baltimore: Looking Back, Looking Foward Podcast: Play in new window | Download October 24, 2014 – Segment 4 We close out the show with a discussion of ROOTSfest and an event reflecting on it, with:Carlton Turner, Executive Director of Alternate ROOTS; Ashley Milburn, Artist and Co-founder of Culture Works; and Ashley Minner, Community Artist and member of […]

23rd Oct 2012Posted in: Blog 1

Last July, I participated in a two-week artist residency at the Taller Portobelo Norte Art Colony in Portobelo, Panama, which was made possible by an Artistic Assistance grant from Alternate ROOTS. Taller Portobelo Norte (Portobelo Workshop North) is “a collective of emerging and established artists and scholars that seeks to expose the world to the […]

30th Aug 2012Posted in: Blog 0

Last month, I was given the incredible opportunity to attend a First People’s Fund Professional Development Workshop in Minneapolis, Minnesota on behalf of Alternate ROOTS. “Founded in 1995, First Peoples Fund’s mission is to honor and support the creative community-centered First Peoples artists; and nurture the collective spirit® that allows them to sustain their peoples. […]

Taller Portobelo Norte Artist Residency, Summer '12
30th Aug 2012Posted in: Featured on Homepage 0

Taller Portobelo Norte Summer Art Colony, Colón, Panamá 2012

7th Jul 2012Posted in: NAASAP 0

Mission The Native American After School Art Program (NAASAP) unites Native American youth and assists them in developing skills and perspectives that will result in an increased knowledge and sense of pride in their cultural identity. Through community arts programming, youth will become self-empowered to effect positive change in their own lives and in the […]

Hard Workin' Pilgrims
7th Jul 2012Posted in: Featured on Homepage 0

Hard Workin’ Pilgrims: Lumbee Indians in Baltimore City Industry, 2011

Community
7th Jul 2012Posted in: Featured on Homepage 0

Ashley Minner with students at the Baltimore American Indian Center.