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Artist talk: Adriana Monsalve of Homie House Press

Artist talk: Adriana Monsalve of Homie House Press

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Artist talk: Adriana Monsalve of Homie House Press

George Mason School of Art students, faculty & staff are welcome to join the AVT 340 Zines & Self-Publishing class for an artist talk with Adriana Monsalve of Homie House Press, Monday, March 22, at 5:00pm!

Come hear about Homie House Press’s collaborative process and their most recent hot-off-the-press publication palatePALETTE (relating to food justice), followed by a time of Q&A. More about Adriana Monsalve and Homie House Press below, along with the full Zoom link details, below.

Homie House Press (HHP) is a skeleton bones crew of femmes creating + publishing in the foto book medium. We are photographers + book makers + educators holding space for and with underrepresented communities. We are a playground where fotos become books, a safe space for secret stories and an open house for honest content that meets at the intersection of personal, political, and poetic. Find us migrating through the in-betweenness of all that we are, and al otro lado del charco. 

Adriana Monsalve is an artist, cultural worker and collaborative publisher working in the photobook medium. Along with Caterina Ragg, Monsalve is co-founder of Homie House Press, a radical cooperative platform that challenges the ever-changing forms of storytelling with image and text. The works of Homie House Press have been collected in the Library of Congress, Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and the Maryland Institute College of Art, among other, private collections. Within her photographic practice, Monsalve is an archivist and visual communicator who produces in-depth stories on identity through the nuances in between race, gender, and immigrant adjacent experiences. Within her cultural work as a collaborative publisher, she holds space for and with underrepresented communities through the multidisciplinary platform of Homie House Press (HHP). 

Zines & Self-Publishing: Artist Talk with Homie House Press

Time: Mar 22, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 917 4135 1068

Passcode: 871952

(To be admitted, please include your first and last name in your Zoom profile.)

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