Institutional Grants Manager and Tactical Lead
Started at JXTA in 2015
Adrienne Doyle makes space for black folks. Her multimedia practice uses DIY tools and methods to center the collective, connective, and vulnerable aspects of marginalized identities. She creates the representative media she wishes was available to her as a kid. She is the founder of Burn Something Zine, a submission-based, queer- and trans-inclusive media space for women of color. She has collaborated with Red76 to publish the “Dreamy Communal Black Artist House Manifesto,” proposing a black artist-led communal household that functions as public space for study, creation, and unlearning.