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research + production
Jessica Gaynelle Moss, Jason McKoy, Sadie Woods
Presented in partnership with Terrain Exhibitions & Biennial: ‘A work in Progress’: Pittsburgh-based designer Jason McKoy, artist Jessica Gaynelle Moss and curator Sadie Woods will convene in one of Pittsburgh’s most celebrated Black spaces, The August Wilson African American Cultural Center, to discuss the importance of cultivating, creating and protecting spaces that celebrate our vibrant legacies.
Jason McKoy is an ARTvocate, social innovation designer, and weirdo originally from NYC. Living with major depressive disorder informs how he navigates the world creatively. With McKoy Creative, Jason provides warm hugs and creative services that benefit communities. When not making stuff, he’s playing video games or sleeping. (@iamtherealmckoy, @whatisblackpodcast)
Sadie Woods is an award winning post-disciplinary artist, independent curator, and deejay. Her work focuses primarily on social movements, liberatory practices, cultural memory, and producing collaborations within communities of difference. Sadie received her BA from Columbia College and MFA from The School of the Art Institute. She is a 2020 recipient of the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events Esteemed Artist Award, the Co-Founder and Creative Director of The Petty Biennial, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Selenite Arts Advisory, Faculty at the School of the Art Institute, and Resident Deejay at Lumpen Radio 105.5FM (CHI), Vocalo 91.5FM (CHI) and Wave Farm 90.7FM (Acra, NY). (@woodsadie)