BAX Artist in Residence Maria Bauman-Morales is sharing her Year II curation platform with ACRE (Artists Co-creating Real Equity), the grassroots group of artists undoing racism that she co-founded with Sarita Covington and Nathan Trice. They are strategically using their two evenings at BAX as a racially equitable performing/curating/facilitating lab wherein they both practice and model their vision for excellent, racially equitable, shared, and transparent curation as named in their ACRE Platform.

Opening Our House: An Interactive Evening About ACRE’s Work Building Racial Equity in the Arts

March 8, 2019, at 7:30 pm

An open-house wherein various ACRE members share information about ACRE and about the ACRE Platform, in addition to offering interactive artistic activities and information about The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond’s Understanding & Undoing Racism trainings. Come build with them!


Reserve your spot here.


Opening Our House: Performances by ACRE Artists

March 9, 2019, at 7:30 pm

A welcoming evening of performances in multiple genres. ACRE is showing off their art!


Tiered Pricing / General Seating: $20 / $15 / $10 / $5

Get your tickets HERE.


ACRE is an intergenerational, multi-racial group of artists and cultural workers committed to organizing for racial equity in the influential realms of art and culture. Creating in multiple genres and at various stages of growth in their artistic fields, they are artists and community organizers united by the foundational anti-racist principles of The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond. In their current work based in the northeast United States, ACRE members are focused on six primary areas: racial equity in arts education, in arts funding, in arts coverage in media, in curation, in casting, and in space availability/allocation.



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