November 14, 2015
A call to artists and other visionaries to donate small amounts – $5, $10, $20 – for the down payment on a Guest House to operate as an artist residency.
Kickstarter campaign slated for February / March, 2016.
October 1, 2014
Mecca Normal performing “Malachi” on Democracy Now! after being interviewed by Amy Goodman.
July 24, 2013:
Jean Smith’s Pussy Riot paintings
June 26, 2013:
A compendium of
The Black Dot Museum of Political Art
Tae Won Yu
September 1, 2012:
Jean Smith – founder, curator
David Lester – curator
Steve Midgley — Deputy Director, US Department of Education
EE Miller is an interdisciplinary artist-curator working with video, sound, and other humans. She holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in electronic arts and an Masters degree in public history.
Jack DeGuiseppi is recently-retired high school graphic design and photography teacher who has, for ten years, assisted Jean Smith and David Lester with their media concerns by providing web, photo, computer and recording expertise.
Elise DeGuiseppi is a librarian specializing in children’s literature.
Molly Zuckerman-Hartung received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she is currently a painting instructor. Her work is included in the 2014 Whitney Biennial.
Michael J. Kramer, Ph.D. Lecturer, History & American Studies, Northwestern University, Illinois
Kevin Erickson is the director of All-Ages Movement Project (AMP) in Washington, DC. Before AMP, Kevin was part of a team running Department of Safety in Anacortes, Washington. The facility housed an all-ages music venue, gallery, recording facilities, art studios, and zine library.
Scott Bourgeois is a carpenter and audio-visual technician.
Wendy Atkinson is the programming manager at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts in Vancouver, B.C..
Evelyn McDonnell teaches journalism at Loyola Marymount University in LA.