Tina Williams Brewer has been creating art for more than forty years. Known for her story quilts, her work explores African American history, generational healing, and the spirituality of her culture. Brewer’s work is held in the permanent collections of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and the African American Museum of Dallas. Recent exhibitions include Cultivation: Journey of the Work at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art and Future Vision at the Carnegie Museum of Art.
Barbara Weissberger’s improvisational photographs, photo quilts, and soft sculptures are concerned with bodies, perception, and sensation. Weissberger is a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, and her work has been exhibited at The Drawing Center, Silver Eye Center for Photography, PS1/MoMA, and The Mattress Factory, among others. Her recent body of photographic textiles collage together image fragments from what we call daily life and from the realm of the imaginal.
Alisha B Wormsley is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural producer. Her work contributes to the imagining of the future of arts, science, and technology through the black womxn lens, challenging contemporary views of modern American life through a variety of media. Wormsley has exhibited most recently at the Oakland Museum, VCU Arts Qatar, Speed Museum, Artpace, Times Square Art, and the Carnegie Museum of Art. She was awarded a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship in collaboration with Li Harris for their new project, D.R.E.A.M. A Way to AFRAM.