Now, more than ever, culture transcends geographic boundaries. In this episode, we explore the impact of that global phenomenon on the visibility of contemporary diaspora art with Miami-based curator and arts advocate Rosie Gordon-Wallace. In 1996, Gordon-Wallace launched a transformative enterprise, now known as Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator.
The Awakening: Women curators and artists engage with this critical moment. U.S. VP Kamala Harris inspires us to move forward.
We speak to six women artists and curators responding to the challenges of the past year with renewed resolve. Strengthening their engagement with vital issues and ideas, each one positions herself in service to social justice. Future episodes will reveal more about their individual awakenings.
Three artists who break down walls and transgressing borders, question divisions between insiders and outsiders, us and them, self and other, to propose an alternative politics of radical inclusion.