SELMA ’65 is a one-woman play by Catherine Filloux that explores the landmark Selma Voting March and the FBI’s role as a bystander in the civil rights movement, accompanied by community outreach programs.
Donna Uchizono is a Process Space artist-in-residence and a New York-based choreographer born in Southern California. Her work is characterized by layered fragility, bold gestures, and vivid imagery. Learn more about her here.
Manhattan Arts Grants: Creative Engagement
Creative Engagement is an arts funding program that provides seed grants to individual artists and nonprofit organizations for projects and activities that offer Manhattan communities diverse artistic experiences. Learn more and apply here!
Yvonne Meier (b.1955) is a New York-based artist born in Zurich, Switzerland currently participating in Process Space. Her practice is based on Releasing Technique, Authentic Movement, and an improvisation technique that she developed known as “Scores.” Learn more about her and her work here!