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Juried Art Exhibitions

On technology, identity, and public health

Using art to spark seemingly impossible cross-cultural conversations since 2017.

IAA Curation

The IAA is a thriving Twin Cities artist collective that

catalyzes civic engagement; investigates scientific, technological, and medical controversies; and curates under-served community voices 
by translating complex issues into easy-to-understand:
 

  • Local, national, and international art exhibitions and installations;

  • Academic research and publications;

  • Public art criticism and

  • Educational materials for attorneys, teachers, citizens, and advocates.

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IAA Curation

juried local, national, and international exhibtions.

speaking truth to power.  catalyzing civic engagement.  curating under-served voices.

“All Bullets Shatter: Uncounted Stories of Gun Violence and Trauma”
Minneapolis, May 2022.
In partnership with: Guns Down. Love Up.; Protect Minnesota; The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives; Institute for Digital Humanity; Second Chance MN; the Urban Educators; North Suburban Center for the Arts; Ohio State; Portland State; Georgia State; Pittsburgh University Prison Writing Project

“Plugging In: Race and Surveillance Workshop for Advocates and Educators”
Northeast Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, October 2021.
In partnership with ACLU MN; Reclaim the Block; Institute for Digital Humanity; Safety Not Surveillance Coalition

“Digital Rights Are Civil Rights: Race and Technology"
Online and in Minneapolis, February 2021. International juried exhibition.
In partnership with ACLU MN; Native Youth Arts Collective; North Central University; the Institute for Digital Humanity; the POSTME Coalition; and City Councilman Steve Fletcher

“Contaminated: COVID and Mental Health”
Online and in Minneapolis, May 2022. International juried exhibition.
In Partnership with the Institute for Digital Humanity and North Central University
 

“Medical Unreliability and Sick Girl Theory”/“Sad Girls and Hopeful Women”
St. Cloud Zine Fest, 2020 / Twin Cities Zine Fest, 2019.
Cross-cultural zine exchanges on feminism and chronic illnes

Art Installations

“All Bullets Shatter: Uncounted Stories of Gun Violence and Trauma”
Minneapolis, May 2022.
In partnership with: Guns Down. Love Up.; Protect Minnesota; The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives; Institute for Digital Humanity; Second Chance MN; the Urban Educators; North Suburban Center for the Arts; Ohio State; Portland State; Georgia State; Pittsburgh University Prison Writing Project

“Plugging In: Race and Surveillance Workshop for Advocates and Educators”
Northeast Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, October 2021.
In partnership with ACLU MN; Reclaim the Block; Institute for Digital Humanity; Safety Not Surveillance Coalition

“Digital Rights Are Civil Rights: Race and Technology"
Online and in Minneapolis, February 2021. International juried exhibition.
In partnership with ACLU MN; Native Youth Arts Collective; North Central University; the Institute for Digital Humanity; the POSTME Coalition; and City Councilman Steve Fletcher

“Contaminated: COVID and Mental Health”
Online and in Minneapolis, May 2022. International juried exhibition.
In Partnership with the Institute for Digital Humanity and North Central University
 

“Medical Unreliability and Sick Girl Theory”/“Sad Girls and Hopeful Women”
St. Cloud Zine Fest, 2020 / Twin Cities Zine Fest, 2019.
Cross-cultural zine exchanges on feminism and chronic illnes

Scholarship and social criticism

“All Bullets Shatter: Uncounted Stories of Gun Violence and Trauma”
Minneapolis, May 2022.
In partnership with: Guns Down. Love Up.; Protect Minnesota; The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives; Institute for Digital Humanity; Second Chance MN; the Urban Educators; North Suburban Center for the Arts; Ohio State; Portland State; Georgia State; Pittsburgh University Prison Writing Project

“Plugging In: Race and Surveillance Workshop for Advocates and Educators”
Northeast Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, October 2021.
In partnership with ACLU MN; Reclaim the Block; Institute for Digital Humanity; Safety Not Surveillance Coalition

“Digital Rights Are Civil Rights: Race and Technology"
Online and in Minneapolis, February 2021. International juried exhibition.
In partnership with ACLU MN; Native Youth Arts Collective; North Central University; the Institute for Digital Humanity; the POSTME Coalition; and City Councilman Steve Fletcher

“Contaminated: COVID and Mental Health”
Online and in Minneapolis, May 2022. International juried exhibition.
In Partnership with the Institute for Digital Humanity and North Central University
 

“Medical Unreliability and Sick Girl Theory”/“Sad Girls and Hopeful Women”
St. Cloud Zine Fest, 2020 / Twin Cities Zine Fest, 2019.
Cross-cultural zine exchanges on feminism and chronic illnes