Above: Photos of Julie Tolentino and The Hard Corps. Courtesy of Julie Tolentino, 2017 Community Engagement Resident Artist. 

Community Engagement Residency

In 2017, HMD’s Bridge Project created a new program, the Community Engagement Residency (CER), to provide opportunity for artists to engage in creative process with their communities.  Core values of the residency are equity, dialogue, process, artist autonomy, the intersection of art making and activism, and building relationships among artists. From its inception, The Bridge Project has had a focus on lineage. The Community Engagement Residency cultivates a different kind of lineage—the lateral lines of influence that sustain creative community.  

Announcing the 2019-2020 Community Engagement Residency Lead Artists

David Herrera
LatinXtensions : Latinx Choreographic Mentorship Program

Yayoi Kambara
Aesthetic Shift - A Dance Lab for Equitable Practices

randy reyes and Daria Garina
BIQTPOC Performing Artist Hive

2019-2020 Community Engagement Residency: Lead Artists (clockwise, starting at top left): David Herrera, Yayoi Kambara, and the BIPOC Performing Artist Hive, led by randy reyes and Daria Garina.

2019-2020 Community Engagement Residency:
Lead Artists (clockwise, starting at top left): David Herrera, Yayoi Kambara, and the BIPOC Performing Artist Hive, led by randy reyes and Daria Garina.

2018-19 Community Engagement Residency:  Dancing Around Race  Lead Artist Gerald Casel

2018-19 Community Engagement Residency:
Dancing Around Race
Lead Artist Gerald Casel

2017-18 Community Engagement Residency: Lead Artist Julie Tolentino

2017-18 Community Engagement Residency:
Lead Artist Julie Tolentino