Inside the Arts LIVE featuring Michael Dixon @ 5p
“As a bi-racial American, I have often felt out of place, excluded, and alone in majority-white spaces. In black spaces, I have also felt different. What I have experienced is that I do not neatly fit into the white culture or black culture but rather rest in the middle. I have conceptualized this unique “in-between” space-based upon my experiences and the conversations I have had with other bi-racial people over the years. Exploring this “in-between” space has been the major focus of my creative work.” – Michael Dixon
This October Raising Our Voices: Stories of Cancer Told through Movement, Music & Voice (ROV) will return! The project with Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater (SPDT) and 25...
Traveling to AEIVA from PS1 MoMA, Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration explores the impact of the US prison system on contemporary visual art.
Free chamber music performed by some of Alabama’s top musicians and thoughtfully curated in response to artworks currently on display in AEIVA’s current exhibition, Marking Time: Art in...
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