“A Beautiful Struggle: Black Feminist Futurism” is an exhibition that explores the integration of Black feminist and Afrofuturist ideas.
Tag: Alisha Wormsley
“We Out Here” is an exhibition about the celebration of Black culture, history and the dynamics of 21st century Black identity.
Alisha Wormsley investigates collective memory and the synchronicity of time, specifically through the stories of women of color.
The Just Arts grant from The Heinz Foundation will support “Sibyl’s Shrine,” a Hill District-based residency program for black mothers.
Featuring Alisha Wormsley, Jaume Plensa, Hilton Als, Johannes DeYoung, Walid Raad, Renée Stout, and Stephanie Syjuco
The event features presentations from the 11 artists and educators awarded microgrants to engage the Pittsburgh community.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of The Warhol, Professor Alisha Wormsley creates “AWxAW: fifteen minutes of fame,” a participatory art installation.
For the “The Space I Am In: Oracles”, Wormsley was invited to respond the Museum’s permanent collection.
“The People are the Light” poetically documents a month-long series of public art installations and workshops held in Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood.
Wormsley’s work “There Are Black People in the Future” is now on view on a billboard in downtown Detroit as part of the exhibition “Manifest Destiny.”