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El despojo: ¿Alguien ha | Has Anyone? | October 2019 PDF Print E-mail

El despojo: ¿Alguien ha | Has Anyone?
Yara Liceaga-Rojas
The Mills Gallery
October 2019

For our October 2019 Run of the Mills, artist Yara Liceaga-Rojas creates El despojo: ¿Alguien ha/Has Anyone?—a cathartic-meets-healing space consisting of bilingual in Spanish/English participatory poetry and ritualistic choreography on the topic of mourning and the impact environmental-related trauma. As a Puerto Rican diasporan subject living in the United States, living the catastrophe of Hurricane María was an event that had a physical and psychological imprint on her. Liceaga-Rojas plans to transform the Mills Gallery into a tropical-like environment, bringing audiences through the stages of the before, and after the catastrophic weather phenomena. Participatory poetry and ritualistic choreography led by Yara Liceaga-Rojas, Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez, Luana Morales and Shey Rivera.

The Davis Sisters are Absolutely in Love All the Time, Always and Forever | January/February 2020 PDF Print E-mail

The Davis Sisters, Photo by Heidi Wild
Photo by Heidi Wild

The Davis Sisters are Absolutely in Love All the Time, Always and Forever
The Mills Gallery
January/February 2020

Created and performed by (often mistaken as actual siblings) Joy and Alexander Davis, The Davis Sisters are Absolutely in Love All the Time, Always and Forever is our January 2020 Run of the Mills show.

Utilizing the structures of an early 2000’s rom-com, The Davis Sisters explore themes of love and commitment through text, movement, film collage, live stream technology and set design. Drawing from both pop culture and the pedestrian, they shed light on cultural and personal realities of love through humor and vulnerability. All while making way for different options of what commitment may look like.

The Davis Sisters will host a “speed dating” community event during their residency that serves as source material for their final series of showings and feedback sessions with props, costumes and set design from collaborating artists.

Girls Magic Meets | April 2020 PDF Print E-mail

Photo by Amy Tran / @petals.onpetals | Model: Princess Moon / @softestglow
Photo by Amy Tran / @petals.onpetals | Model: Princess Moon / @softestglow

Girl Magic Meets
The Mills Gallery
April 2020

Community. Collaboration. Interaction. These are themes Girl Magic Meets (GMM) will explore during their April 2020 Run of the Mills event GMM: Intersection. GMM is a collective dedicated to creating a one-of-a-kind, collaborative, temporary experience; a platform where womxn empower each other through photography and sisterhood. For GMM: Intersection, the collective will curate a wide range of creatives and makers from the Boston community with backgrounds in: photography, performance, fashion, visual arts and design to create one unique experience. This event represents the intersection of creative arts and is created by the people, for the people of Boston. GMM is focused on creating a platform for creatives to thrive and explore possibilities of collaboration with other artists across different fields. Through different types of events, GMM has fostered a supportive environment where self-identified creatives can meet, share ideas and collaborate on projects.



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