MFA Alum Eric Acosta and Amy Hirayama organize Altar/Alter Event in Seattle

MFA alumni Eric Acosta (MFA ‘20) and Amy Hirayama (MFA ‘22), in collaboration with experimental writer and poet Greg Bem and poet/artist/musician Denny Stern, recently co-curated the week-long community event Altar / Alter which took place June 8-16 at The Cherry Pit in Seattle’s Central District. Altar / Alter was an installation and performance series...

June 29, 2023

MFA Alum Troy Landrum Jr. Selected as Wa Na Wari Fellow

Troy Landrum Jr. (MFA ‘21) joins the 2023 cohort of The Seattle Black Spatial Histories Institute, a community story training program that brings together community-based projects with Black oral historians from around the country “to learn and explore the ethics, techniques, best practices, tensions, and dilemmas of community-based oral history and Black memory work.”

June 22, 2023