IMA alum Grayson Earle collaborated with The New Inquiry to develop a free, easy-to-use application called Bail Bloc, which mines for a cryptocurrency to help disadvantaged people in New York pay for their bail bills. The project was born as a response to the prison-industrial complex, which imprisons thousands of low-income people before they are even trialed, making them lose jobs or custody of children and subjecting them to plea bargains.
Author: Fabio Silva
IMA student Lizzie Warren’s Emmy-nominated documentary “WarZone/Comfort Zone” aired on the PBS WORLD channel Sunday, 11/13 at 11:00 AM. The film uncovers the plight of four women veterans for normalcy and peace without the benefit of a comprehensive support system, left to the cope with life after their military service.
IMA graduate Seyi Adebanjo’s film and photography exhibition “I AM! We Are Here!” will be shown at The Point CDC in the Bronx. The exposition of the vitality and dynamism of Trans*, Queer, Gender Non Conforming, & Two Spirit residents of the Bronx.
The Point CDC
940 Garrison Ave, Bronx, NY
Exhibition opening: November 11th 3-6 PM
On view: November 11 – December 9