Joerael Numina’s mural titled Cultivating New Tones on the Spectral Stage of History being painted over.
J. MATT THOMAS / 2020 LABOR RESIDENT / FEATURED AT HARWOOD MUSEUM OF ART IN TAOS
BRUCE MCKAIG / 2018 EQUAL JUSTICE RESIDENT / MARYLAND STATE ARTS COUNCIL GRANT RECIPIENT FOR WORK AT SFAI
STEPHANIE SYJUCO / 2020 LABOR RESIDENT / MAKING MASKS
Equal Justice 2017/2018
JOERAEL NUMINA’S BLACK HISTORY MURAL DESTROYED BY MERCER UNIVERSITY
Joerael Numina is a mural artist and SFAI alumni who resides in
Santa Fe. His mural titled “Cultivating New Tones on the Spectral Stage of History,” a vital part of Mercer University Park’s art heritage, has been unceremoniously painted over by Mercer University. Created by Joerael Numina (formerly named Joerael Elliott, in whose name the mural is signed) in 2017, the significant work memorialized Macon’s history of racial violence and discrimination.
Water Rights 2016/2017
SCOTT KILDALL / 2016 WATER RIGHTS RESIDENT / QUARANTINE CONNECTIONS PROJECT
Food Justice 2014/2015
HAKIM BELLAMY / POET LAUREATE & FOOD JUSTICE RESIDENT
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