The Guggenheim Fellowship is widely considered one of the most prestigious honors for visual artists.
Tag: Alisha Wormsley
The exhibition foregrounds Wormsley’s celebrated engagements with Black futurism, a genre of reimagining Black life often with a futuristic aesthetic.
This exhibition debuts a new multimedia installation by Wormsley including dozens of new works from 2021 shown for the first time.
The exhibition gathers artwork, ephemera and moving-image from a group of intergenerational artists in a visual poem on mediation and re-mediation.
“There Are Black People in the Future” is part of the exhibition “Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism” on view August 7, 2021 through February 27, 2022
“There Are Black People in the Future” is on view on the exterior of Artpace in San Antonio, TX, August 5 through December 26.
Professors Rich Pell and Alisha Wormsley and alum Mary Maggic are among the artists included in the show organized by the University of Pittsburgh.
“There Are Black People in the Future” is included in the exhibition “Promise, Witness, Remembrance” at the Speed Art Museum.
The exhibition explores collective memory and the synchronicity of time through the stories of Black Women in America.
“Dreaming Forward” speaks directly to the concerns of the current moment and invites us to envision a more equitable future.