Curator

As a curator I create artistic opportunities that elevate black artistry across disciplines. I create events and programs that amplify the voices of artists of color as well as queer, female-identified, non-binary, and gender non-conforming artists.

 

Projects

Curated in Color by Me

Lunchtime Listening Sessions

Virtual Programming | Boston Center for the Arts

Curated by Lyndsay Allyn Cox, the Lunchtime Listening Sessions play an important role in the amplification of BIPOC artistry. The Summer 2020 Listening Sessions are a series meant to evoke joy, healing, and celebration.

Artists include: Kadahj Bennett, SublimeLuv, Red Shaydez, Amanda Shea, Brandie Blaze, Cliff Notez, and DJ WhySham

#HellaBlack Mixtape Vol. 3

Plaza Theatres | Boston Center for the Arts

Co-curated with Boston-based music and culture journalist Candace McDuffie, #HellaBlack Volume 3 - Hip Hop Edition will highlight some of Boston’s most fire female emcees. This intimate one-night-only event gives you a look inside the world of hip-hop through a female lens.

Host: Regie Gibson Project

Participating artists: Dutch ReBelle, Brandie Blaze, Red Shaydez, Cakeswagg , 1/3 BarBees, Oompa, and Malia The Model.

#HellaBlack Mixtape Vol. 2

Plaza Theatres | Boston Center for the Arts

#HellaBlack Mixtape Vol. 2 was  BCA’s second installment of the interdisciplinary live mixtape highlighting black artistry. This event include performances by:
Castle of our Skins
Aysha Upchurch
SublimeLuv
CAMP BLOOD
Pasy Naay Leer Dance Company
VLA DANCE

The event was emceed by:

Amanda Shea


#HellaBlack Gallery Pop Up in the Black Box Theatre curated by OJ Slaughter. Artists included in the Gallery Pop Up:
• Jared Katsiane
• Shaka Dendy
• Mel Isidor
• Sagie Vangelina
• Stephen Hamilton


#HellaBlack Mixtape Vol. 1

Mills Gallery | Boston Center for the Arts

She Said... A Festival of Women's Voices

Plaza Theatre | Boston Center for the Arts

As an arts organization at the center of the Boston theatre scene community, Boston Center for the Arts has a duty to constantly advocate for equity on our stages. It is imperative that we place ourselves as leaders in gender parity, equity, diversity and inclusion.

To that end, BCA will produce the annual 2-day festival titled “She Said…” A Festival of Women’s Voices. This year, the festival will feature staged readings by women identified playwrights and is taking place in March in commemoration of Women’s History Month.

Featuring new plays by:

Debbie Wiess

Ginger Lazarus

Nina Louise Morrison

Stephanie K Brownell

Letta Neely

Laura Neill

Angel Banks

Laura Neubauer

Alexis Scheer

Kira Rockwell

Cassie Seinuk

 

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