Wildseed: A Fellowship Model by and for Black Creatives

In this feature article, Erica Cardwell interviews members of the inaugural Black Arts Fellowship cohort who share insight into the importance of the Wildseed Black Arts Fellowship Program. The feature explores the residencies, and shares perspectives from the Program’s fellows, facilitators ,faculty and staff. Additionally, Cardwell shares thoughts on the function of and response to political art within the context of a critical race and inclusive framework. As shared by Cardwell,

“The Wildseed Black Arts Fellowship has modeled a dynamic program that is sensitive to each fellow’s needs and intent on world-building, proving that if the dominant culture will not make space, we have always been exceptionally good at building our own.”

You can read the article here.