Category: Visual Art

Fractured Atlas Oppression Guidelines

Via Fractured Atlas Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Community Guidelines: Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Community Guidelines Fractured Atlas Mission Statement Fractured Atlas empowers artists, arts organizations, and other cultural sector stakeholders by eliminating practical barriers to artistic expression, so as to foster a more agile and resilient cultural ecosystem. Definitions For the purpose of this Policy, Fractured Atlas … Read More

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Deep thanks to our crowdfunding supporters!

Our crowdfunding campaign just ended, and we couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who donated and spread the word! We send infinite gratitude and love to all listed below. And for anyone who missed the crowdfunding deadline but still wants to chip in, good news — you can still support Habitat: Home via our general … Read More

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Challenging the Male Gaze and What that Means for Hybrid Performance.

Given the relentless power art has to mold our conversations, our norms, our lives, and our realities it is crucial that we begin to nurture and cultivate a feminine way of seeing, being in, and experiencing this world.  I’ll be using the word “feminine”  a lot throughout this blogpost, and by that word I mean … Read More

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Featured Artist: Taylor Edelle Stuart

Taylor Edelle Stuart, Video/ Projection Artist Taylor Edelle Stuart is a New York based theatre + filmmaker focused on the intersection of mediums and exploring how live performance + visual media may coexist and converse with one another.  She creates, designs, directs, edits, and shoots visual content for a variety of mediums, with a focus on … Read More

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Visual Art Posts Coming Soon!

“Habitat: Home” brings together artists across disciplines to create art about what ‘home’ means in present-day America. Visual artists are taking part by creating video, light sculpture, and even projections in conjunction with composers and dancers! Stay tuned for more soon from our video artists, as “Habitat: Home” projects get underway.

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