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Issue 11: Emerge

Fall/Winter 2023

$21.00

“Emerge” is a platform for artists, writers, and organizers who are imagining possible futures. It celebrates the in-between moments, while asserting that the emerging can occur at any age and at any pace. This action, unlike appearing, carries some remnant of the past, and it evokes a visceral movement, proclaiming an expectation of the future. We believe that the term implies humility, but also potential, something that you’ll see in the pages of this issue.

Cover: Alison Croney Moses, Flame Birch Shell Small, 2023 (front). Back, Alison Croney Moses, Walnut Shell Two, 2023 (back). Photos by Mel Taing.

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In this Issue

Title

Author

Category

Link

From the Editor

Jameson Johnson

Letter

The Magic of Artist Residencies with Lavaughan Jenkins, MAGNET, Danielle Epstein, and Dina Schapiro

Carolina Porras Monroy

Feature

Canvases of Camouflage: In Conversation With Tammy Nguyen

Josephine Halvorson

Interview

READ

Bodies of Work: How Contemporary Artists Are Exploring Reproductive Technologies

Cassie Packard

Feature

Making Her Mark: In Conversation with Jo Ann Rothschild

Michelle Millar Fisher and Anna Nasi

Feature

Community Voices: Artist-Run Projects Making Space in Their Own Neighborhoods

Jessica Shearer

Feature

In Exchange

Guadalupe Campos and Emily Rose Navarro

Artist Project

Restorative Vessels: Alison Croney Moses Holds Space for Healing with an Expansive Woodworking Practice

Fatima Swaray

Special Section: On Care

Documentation and Devotion: Archiving Boston’s Present

Poppy Livingstone

Special Section: On Care

Now You See Me: In Conversation with Adam Davis

Niara Simone Hightower

Special Section: On Care

From the Circle: Storytelling in the Carceral Classroom

Rebecca Oluwatoyin Thompson

Special Section: On Care

“Always Be Around: Corita Kent, Community and Pedagogy” at Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross

Maddie Klett

Review

READ

“Humane Ecology: Eight Positions” at Clark Art Institute

Marcus Civin

Review

“The Myth of Normal: A Celebration of Authentic Expression” at MassArt Art Museum

Katherine Schreiber

Review

READ

“As We Rise: Photography from the Black Atlantic” at Peabody Essex Museum

Alisa Prince

Review

READ

“Water Stories: River Goddesses, Ancestral Rites, and Climate Crisis” at Harvard Radcliffe Institute

Laurel V. McLaughlin

Review

“Faith Ringgold: Freedom to Say What I Please” at Worcester Art Museum

Karla Méndez

Review

READ

“Cristóbal Cea: No Monsters, No Paradise” at Boston Center for the Arts

Claire Ogden

Review