10 of the Exquisite Lumbees portraits have a new home in the Southeast American Indian Studies Program at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. A big THANK YOU goes to my friend, Mr. Lawrence Locklear (Lumbee), the Coordinator of SAIS at UNCP. […]
Check out the photo essay one some of my work in my home community that was recently published by Open Society Institute Baltimore.
I was granted Project Development funding by Alternate ROOTS to continue a collaboration between myself and another visual artist in Portobelo, Panama, Gustavo Esquina de la Espada. I traveled to Panama for the first time in June 2012, through a ROOTS Artistic Assistance Professional Development grant. I chose to go to Portobelo to continue my […]
Bruun Studios is pleased to partner with the Native American After School Art Program (NAASAP), PRAISE College Readiness Program (PCRP), and Youth Resiliency Institute (YRI) on an event that explores the importance of our ancestors in shaping who we are today. Saturday, May 18, 2-4pm Bruun Studios 302 E. Federal Street Baltimore, MD 21202 RSVP […]
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 […]
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 Summer Art Colony, Colón, Panamá 2012
Hard Workin’ Pilgrims: Lumbee Indians in Baltimore City Industry, 2011
Ashley Minner with students at the Baltimore American Indian Center.