Projecting All Voices Program
Trenzando, performance by former fellow Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez, supported by Projecting All Voices.
Photo by Katie Ann Franklin, image courtesy of the artist.
The Mellon Projecting All Voices Fellowship and Visiting Artist Series is generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and provides opportunities for BIPOC artists and culture workers to advance ideas and projects that investigate race, identity, cultural heritage, power, policy, ability and/or place and community. Through a partnership between Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and ASU Gammage, we seek to inform how educational and cultural institutions must adapt to prepare, support and advance the creative voices of a changing America through an equitable lens and framework of practice.
We support the development of artists from BIPOC communities by activating a network of resources that include mentorship, unrestricted financial support, professional development experiences, opportunities to develop and present their work, and connection to experts in the field.