is a Boston-based artist, writer, and organizer committed to documenting and supporting artists and communities of color. Recent projects and performances have been featured at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (Omaha), the Blue Star Contemporary (San Antonio), the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston) and the Mountain Standard Time Performative Art Biennial (Calgary, Canada). Publications include The Social Practice that Is Race
, coauthored with Dan S. Wang, and the exhibition catalogue Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements
, which he edited. He was a 2019–20 fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. Romero is currently a Professor of the Practice at the School of the Museum of Fine Art at Tufts University.
works as an educator, artist, writer, and organizer developing documentaries, publications, exhibitions, and events inspired by his interest in social movements and the people and places from which they emerge. His recent projects include Power Map
with Mural Arts Philadelphia and Confronting Enemies
with A Blade of Grass (New York). His writings and lectures on the intersections of art and politics and his collaborative art projects have been published and presented widely, and are documented on the archive miscprojects.com. He is currently an assistant professor and the founding graduate program director in Socially Engaged Art at Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia.
Dan S. Wang
is an artist currently living in Los Angeles. He was a founding keyholder of Mess Hall, an experimental cultural space in Chicago, and currently works in the collaborative vehicle Now-Time Asian America. Recent projects include commissioned works for the Station Museum (Houston) and Asian Arts Initiative (Philadelphia). He exhibited A Ragbox of Overstood Grammars
, a retrospective of eighty-plus letterpress prints at Fonderie Darling (Montreal) in 2020. His art writings have been published internationally in book collections, museum catalogues, and in dozens of artist publications. He is an artist in residence at 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica. He holds an undergraduate degree in religion.
is the cofounder of the Design Studio for Social Intervention (DS4SI).
thinks, writes, teaches, and speaks on Blackness from the 19th century to the contemporary moment.
Sandra de la Loza
is a Los Angeles artist with a research-based practice.
lives and makes art in San Francisco.
(Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota) is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, and organizer.
is an artist, teacher, and organizer.
is the program design lead and cofounder of the Design Studio for Social Intervention (DS4SI).
is a Chicago-based visual artist, educator, and vocalist/musician.
Dr. Kelli Morgan
is professor of the practice and director of curatorial studies at Tufts University.
is an artist who works in exhibitions and public interventions to unsettle the ground of history.