Wikipedia says, "...Ahwesh is a female American avant-garde filmmaker and experimental video artist". She's all that and more.
An American artist living in Berlin for many years. My G2G partner.
The writer and artist Nadxieli Nieto is also PEN America's Program Director of Literary Awards and is on the Steering Committee of Latinx in Publishing (LxP).
Formerly Managing Editor of NOON annual; lead designer/editor at Nieto Books, and the Editor-in-Chief of Salt Hill Journal. Nieto has spent the last decade working as a writer, editor, and designer.
A collaborator with Ellen Moynihan and me on our 2008 book, The New Yorkers' Guide to Military Recruitment in the 5 Boroughs.
Born in Manhattan in 1976. She is drawn to photographing news and current events. Her work has appeared in New York magazine, the New York Times, and DNA Info, among other places. She lives in Brooklyn.
A collaborator with Nadxieli Nieto Hall and me on our 2008 book, The New Yorkers' Guide to Military Recruitment in the 5 Boroughs.
Founded in 2009, by the artist April Gertler.
It is a nonprofit artist initiated hybrid residency/art academy which encourages participating artists to engage in an active discourse surrounding art and contemporary photography while simultaneously giving them a chance to develop their work. This perspective is unusual within a European residency context as the program facilitates each individual approach by offering close mentoring from internationally practicing artists and free-lance curators based in Berlin.
2019: in the Picture Berlin 10-Year Anniversary Festival
2012: as a Visiting Artist/Lecturer in this dynamic program.
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Supports experimentation by emerging and mid-career artists, writers and thinkers, and curators and other producers of culture with free residencies that include room, board, and studio space.
The project aims for a high degree of sustainability by remaining intentionally small-scale and focusing fundraising efforts on low monthly donations with high-value rewards. It encourages a lively creative community to contribute ideas that help shape the project through its Core Group program. The Shandaken Project provides the public with free educational lectures and exhibitions of contemporary art.
I was lucky to be awarded a residency during the first season of this unique residency. Friend, support, spread the word.
Experiencing an incredible season, August 2017 to July 2018, in the Shift residency. Incredible, due to working within this fellowship of: George Bolster, Jeff Kasper, J. Soto, Maya Seuss, Abbey Williams, Wong Kit Yi and with the insightful support of EFA Project Space, Program Director Michelle Levy & Program Manager Meghana Karnik.