Showing posts from February, 2020

New poster print!

Pelo Bueno, was listed on this awesome poster by @thedesigningchica. Thanks @dominicanwriters for including my book!

Luna Loba at The Wilbury Theatre

Details LUNA LOBA: Moons of Abundance part 1 "LUNA LOBA is a performance series that creates space to explore ritual through artistic practice. Performance art, video, spoken word/readings, sound/music, and performative installation. This series has been running for three consecutive years in Providence, RI, since 2016, with a hiatus in 2019. Each night features 12 artists across mediums and identities. The theme of these two next performance nights is ABUNDANCE. Let's reflect on the powers we have, rather than what we feel we might lack. Let’s embody the shift from deficit to abundance." Curated by Shey Rivera PERFORMANCE DATES: Part 1 // Sun, Feb 16 Part 2 // Sun, Mar 15 Time: 7-9pm Door: $5 The Wilbury Theatre Group 40 Sonoma Ct, Providence, RI 02909 Part 1 // Sun, Feb 16 // Artist Line up: Sussy Santana Janaya Kizzie Joan Wyand Lilly Evelet Manycolors Shey Rivera Ríos Juditta Musette Kali Quinn Vatic Kuumba Lilliam Nieves Justice Gaines Charlotte Abotsi Jas

Excited to be a part of this new initiative!

"The City of Providence has awarded five artists to participate in a new pilot training in Artist Facilitation and Community Health Work followed by a three-month residency in a community based organization. Co-led by Providence’s  Department of Art, Culture + Tourism (ACT)  and  Healthy Communities Office , the  Creative Community Health Worker Fellowship  provides 70 hours of training under Dr. Dannie Ritchie, Director of  Community Health Innovations of Rhode Island  and three Artist-Facilitators,  Laura Brown-Lavoie ,  Vatic Kuumba  and  Valerie Tutson . This pilot program is designed to support artists to become  RI certified Community Health Workers , expanding the impact of the arts on addressing social determinants of health. This fellowship is an extension of the City’s  Sowing Place Initiative , generously funded by the  Kresge Foundation. " Selected Cohort: Anthony “AM” Andrade Magnol