Artist Kia LaBeija (@goodnight_kia) covers the January issue of @artforum magazine. Inside, an incredible 12-page spread of work by the artist. 👏🏽 Kia was a featured lecturer in #idastanford spring '17 course Living Free: Embodying healing and creativity in the era of racial justice
Amara Tabor-Smith #housefullofblackwomen (2017). Sign up for CSRE 162v: Advanced Research in Black Performing Arts and work with this incredible artist winter quarter. #idastanford #conjureart #amarataborsmith
Maya Burke '18, singer/songwriter and #IDAFellow, covers MINT Magazine's Fall issue. Congrats to Maya and the entire MINT team 👏🏽😍🙌🏽
Photos from our 5th Element Symposium last week. Thanks to all who came out!
Have you been to the Day Dreaming Room, an installation by IDA artist in residence, Amara Tabor Smith? This is the last week to experience it for yourself! Drop in for liberation, day dreaming, and meditation. 📸 @musila_munuve for @stanfordarts
TFW it's Friday and you have art plans all weekend 🎨✌🏽
In 2013 writer and scholar Joan Morgan was our IDA Visiting Artist. This week we were honored to welcome back the #pleasureninjas to keynote #ida5e symposium for another dynamic conversation on Black feminism and pleasure politics with powerhouse scholars Dr. Treva Lindsey, Dr. Kaila Story, and Dr. Brittney Cooper. (Swipe 👉🏽for the #tbt from 2013) ✊🏽💋#idastanford #diversityinthearts #activism #hiphopeducation
Day two! The Fifth Element: The Future and Promise of Hip Hop Pedagogy. Pictured here 📸Hip Hop Artist + Educator Tall Paul (@tallpaul612) who led an incredible workshop with @micjordanmusic • @tanayawinder w/ @dreamwarriorsmgmt on Indigenous Hip Hop Pedagogy. Writing prayers into rap songs and evoking the traditions of past, present & future into all we do. Join us for day 2 at GSB Commons,9-2pm. Reminder: 🤞🏽All workshops and panels will be posted at a later date!