1 hr 27 min

Ma's House Podcast: With Artist in Residence Josie Licavoli Ma's House Podcast

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In this episode of the Ma's House podcast, host Hunter Begun interviews Artist in Residence Josie Licavoli. They delve into a wide array of topics, from the significance behind Licavoli's art to her sources of inspiration, reflecting on her tenure as a resident and exploring much more along the way.
Artist Profile 
Josie is a multimedia artist and educator from the Bay Area and explores diverse cultural identities, drawing from her mixed-race heritage. Inspired by San Francisco, the California coast, and various art forms such as music and literature, her work delves into human experiences, merging personal introspection with collective knowledge. Josie’s art bridges private and public realms, inviting viewers to engage with the rich tapestry of Filipino and American culture, fostering connection and dialogue. https://www.josielicavoli.com/
Josie is a recipient of the Homebody Fellowship for QTBIPOC artists based in the San Francisco Bay Area for the Artist Residency Program at Ma’s House. Chosen artists are awarded an additional unrestricted stipend during the residency, which spans two weeks at Ma’s House on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton, NY.
This opportunity is made possible by the Homebody Fund, a small donor-advised fund at East Bay Community Foundation, resourcing POC—especially QTPOC—spiritual/healing spaces that support community leadership and cultural transformation in decolonial movements for liberation, especially in the East Bay Area.

 



In this episode of the Ma's House podcast, host Hunter Begun interviews Artist in Residence Josie Licavoli. They delve into a wide array of topics, from the significance behind Licavoli's art to her sources of inspiration, reflecting on her tenure as a resident and exploring much more along the way.
Artist Profile 
Josie is a multimedia artist and educator from the Bay Area and explores diverse cultural identities, drawing from her mixed-race heritage. Inspired by San Francisco, the California coast, and various art forms such as music and literature, her work delves into human experiences, merging personal introspection with collective knowledge. Josie’s art bridges private and public realms, inviting viewers to engage with the rich tapestry of Filipino and American culture, fostering connection and dialogue. https://www.josielicavoli.com/
Josie is a recipient of the Homebody Fellowship for QTBIPOC artists based in the San Francisco Bay Area for the Artist Residency Program at Ma’s House. Chosen artists are awarded an additional unrestricted stipend during the residency, which spans two weeks at Ma’s House on the Shinnecock Indian Reservation in Southampton, NY.
This opportunity is made possible by the Homebody Fund, a small donor-advised fund at East Bay Community Foundation, resourcing POC—especially QTPOC—spiritual/healing spaces that support community leadership and cultural transformation in decolonial movements for liberation, especially in the East Bay Area.

1 hr 27 min

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