a multi-media series exploring contemporary issues impacting the social, cultural and mental health of Black People.
Fragments of a Spectrum was exhibited at Wine&Bowties Art & Music Festival, Feels6. FRAGMENTS OF A SPECTRUM is all about saturation, stimulation, & a consensus of the state of mental health. The installation included a 100+ posters featuring the words of speakers from the “Mental Health in a Post Slavery Context” discussion at Spectrum Summit 2016 -- a discussion series exploring contemporary issues impacting the social, cultural and mental health of black people.
At Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, Sasha Kelley, Queens D.Light and Shah Noor facilitate a conversation on Black Mental Health in response to revisiting our past conversations and responding to some prompts around our notions of "sanity", "spirit" and community healing.
“The Spectrum Summit” is a recorded discussion series exploring contemporary issues impacting the social, cultural and mental health of Black People. The Summit was held at Eastside Arts Alliance, in solidarity with the 50th Anniversary of the Black Panther Party. The conference includes a series of panel discussions, communal dialogue and workshops delving into transformative self care practices.
Three Black Artist, Amir Aziz, Jazz Hudson & Dom Jones, discuss the dynamic power of thriving black cultural zones. Recorded live from the Malcolm X Jazz Festival in Oakland, California, 2016.