2023 Inbreak Residency


The Inbreak Residency is a virtual co-learning and making environment that promotes a collective exploration of the intersections of art, faith, and race in the United States. This residency is for artists of any medium who are looking for a collaborative environment to generate community-focused projects, who are seeking the next step in their artistic development, and/or who want to grow in the area of creative leadership.


2022 Inbreak Residency

Inbreak and Dea Studios invite artists of any discipline, writers, preachers, and curators to participate in the 2022 Inbreak Residency.This residency is a collaborative virtual process that will enable participants to collectively explore themes of art, faith, and race in the United States. Over the course of three months, residents will engage in a program that includes selected viewings, readings, and dialogue prompts. The residency will culminate in a live or virtual event, a series of virtual exhibitions, and publication possibilities. 

Shaping the Figural Gaze

Shaping the Figural Gaze: An online response to Gagosian's Bustes de Femmes and its counterparts

The Gagosian states that the selected group of “paintings, sculptures, and photographs on view demonstrate how the female figure has been reimagined and reconfigured by modern and contemporary artists of diverse backgrounds and traditions,” however, it features only 5 female-identifying artists out of 28 artists total. Of these 28 artists, a majority are white. This leads to an exhibit that not only is lacking in a diversity of backgrounds and traditions, but one that is also blatantly ignoring the conjunctions between race and gender.

Call to Artists: Artist Lab: Art Meets History in New Mexico


Artist Lab: Art Meets History in New Mexico

A four-week, virtual/online lab in March & April 2021 with 516 ARTS, Kolaj Institute, and the Albuquerque Museum Photography Archives

Deadline to apply: 28 February 2021

Apply HERE.

The Red Wall Project

A new exterior public exhibition space, The Portland Red Wall Project, is looking for visual artists to create site specific banners.  Located at 2106 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, in Portland, Oregon.  This south facing wall is seen by thousands of vehicles a day. Exhibitions will change monthly highlighting the work of local artists.  

The Red Wall is a 10’ x 14’ red brick wall, a gateway to NE Portland. Artists are invited to submit proposals for banners with themes of equity, community, and diversity. In your proposal please address the dimensions and material of your proposed banner. 

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