The award is given to an under-recognized artist whose work demonstrates high artistic merit while challenging artistic conventions.
Tag: Ginger Brooks Takahashi
“Nine Mile Run Viewfinder” is a series of portals for seeing, hearing, and smelling the waterway beneath our feet.
Professors Susanne Slavick, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, and Alisha Wormsley are among the 10 artists chosen for the Diversity Billboard Project.
General Sisters will create gathering spaces that ask questions with and of the Tufts community and reflect on our current pandemic moment.
As the collective General Sisters, Professors Dana Bishop-Root and Ginger Brooks Takahashi exhibit their work in “Between You and Me.”
“Counterpressures” presents a thematic group exhibition that addresses the urgency of climate change.
Professor Takahashi will collaborate with the Center for Civic Arts and the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association to bring attention to emission pollutants in the air and water.
Ginger Brooks Takahashi’s collaborative, socially-enraged practice actively builds community and nurtures alternative forms of information distribution.
As General Sisters, Professors Takahashi and Bishop-Root exhibit in “Circuit Training,” a retrospective examination of the 15-year activity of Konsthall C.