The police killings of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo, Minneapolis public schools decided to go remote in advance of the Derek Chauvin verdict, and 80% of seniors 65 and older have gotten their first shot. Photo by Chad Davis via Wikimedia Commons
This week Kimberly speaks with Brianna Harlan, a multi-disciplinary artist who works conceptually in multiform, socially and self-engaged art.  In the episode Kimberly and Brianna speak about Brianna's need to confront, though art engagement, how systems violently condition our identity and how that influences the quality of life, health and habits. They also speak about Brianna's projects Black Love Blooms, Black Girl Telephone and Creative in the Grey. All images courtesy of the artist
This week Kimberly spoke with NY-based artist, curator and MFA candidate SiSi Chen. Throughout the conversation they spoke about SiSi's new role as the director of Trestle Gallery and her task of fundraising in order to keep the gallery doors open. They also about the work she is producing for her thesis project at Hunter College and also about her programs efforts to decolonize their MFA program. All images courtesy of the artist
Atlanta-native Kaddy describes his firsthand experience participating in Black Lives Matter protests compared to the media’s portrayal.