2021-2022 Public Programs

February 16, 2023

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Installation view of work by Qualeasha Wood in the exhibition It's time for me to go: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2021-22.

Photo credit: Kris Graves

Join the Studio Museum 2021-22 Artists in Residence Cameron Granger, Jacob Mason-Macklin and Qualeasha Wood for a series of events organized in conjunction with their exhibition at MoMA PS1. All programs will be streamed on Zoom and feature live CART captioning and ASL interpretation. It’s time for me to go is open to the public at MoMA PS1 through February 27, 2023.


Jan 26, Feb 16, Feb 27

2023-02-16 13:00:00 -0500
2023-02-27 16:00:00 -0500



22-25 Jackson Avenue Queens, NY 11101

Exploring the Future of Autonomy on the Internet
Qualeasha Wood in Conversation with Neema Githere and RaFia Santana
January 26, 2023 1:00 p.m. — 3:00 p.m. EST

Free with RSVP

Qualeasha Wood will be joined by artists Neema Githere and RaFia Santana for a conversation moderated by Studio Museum Public Programs Coordinator Malanya Graham. Topics explored will include creating safer virtual spaces, image making within the diaspora, and developing connections between physical and coded material. The conversation will begin with presentations by each artist, followed by an audience Q&A, and concluding with a screenshared video game.

Into the Respite
Cameron Granger in Conversation with WITH(IN).DIGITAL
February 16, 2023 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. EST

Free with RSVP

Join Cameron Granger for a conversation with the artist collective WITH(IN).DIGITAL. Considering bell hooks’s “Homeplace (A Site of Resistance)” as a grounding text, the artists will expand upon the ways they engage Black communities online and beyond.

This program peers into the collaborative relationship, rooted in their shared home state of Ohio, between Granger and WITH(IN).DIGITAL. Granger and the members of WITH(IN).DIGITAL continue to invest in creating virtual spaces for Black communities in the Midwest. Questions to be explored include: Within digital geographies, where can we build places of belonging? How can we carve out resting spaces for ourselves? How does technology affect our concepts of self and our creative processes? This program will close with an audience Q&A.

Jacob Mason-Macklin in Conversation with Rodney McMillian
February 27, 2023 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST

Free with RSVP

Join Jacob Mason-Macklin and artist Rodney McMillian in conversation to discuss the possibilities of experimentation within and parallels between contemporary painting and sculpture. The dialogue will follow presentations by each artist and conclude with an audience Q&A.