Shellyne Rodriguez co-curates PELEA as first project as A.I.R. at the Latinx Project
Shellyne Rodriguez selected as the Inaugural Artist in Residence at the Latinx Project at NYU
Interview by Natasha Llorens for Original Language @ Cue Foundation
Artist and activist Shellyne Rodriguez discusses Ja’Tovia Gary’s, An Ecstatic Experience, and how the film explores strategies for survival in the current political moment.
The Launch of Night Studio @ MoMA
On Art & Gentrification... In solidarity with Decolonize This Place
Tamar Rice project reignited by BWA BLM at the New Museum
Erasure By Exclusion: How Art Schools and Institutions Uphold White Supremacy
MoMA Blog:  Moving Through the Migration Series: An Interview with Kerry Downey and Shellyne Rodriguez
Shadows and Selves: MoMA Collaborates with Midtown Community Court’s UPNEXT Program
In the Bronx, a Pop-up Art Show Is a Lightning Rod for Fear of Gentrification
Art and Activism: The Young Lords at El Museo del Barrio
No Longer Empty: The Art Is Fine, But What About the Real Estate?
Artist talk @ Open Source Gallery
Making the invisible visible: How art influences and impacts poverty and cities
TALLY as performance
Tally as performance
Dia de Los Muertos altar project
Featured Artist on Rhino Horn Group
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