2024 Yale Mellon Arts & Practitioner Fellow
February 5th-April 28th, 2024
Yale University | New Haven, CT
Irishia has been selected as a 2024 Mellon Arts & Practitioner Fellow at the Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity and Transnational Migration (RITM). Each Yale RITM invites 1-3 artists, media makers, and journalists whose work focuses on race, indigeneity, and/or transnational migration to apply to be a Mellon Arts & Practitioner Fellow.
Unsung Heroes at the U
March 18th, 2024
Women have consistently demonstrated an unwavering spirit, from the unsung heroines who toiled in the shadows of history to the contemporary trailblazers breaking barriers in every field. Join us for an inspiring panel to honor the heroic women and femmes who have shaped our state and institution. These remarkable individuals will share their wisdom and stories of unwavering courage and perseverance.
From groundbreaking achievements to everyday acts of resilience, these trailblazers have left an enduring legacy. Let their journeys inspire us as we celebrate their impact on our community and beyond.
May 9th-11th, 2024 | 7:30 PM
Marriott Center for Dance | Salt Lake City, UT
Joanna Kotze’s ‘lectric Eye is a highly physical dance performance, using the connection between music and movement to push physical and sonic limits. ‘lectric Eye is powerful and riveting, drawing attention to the human body’s potential for persistence, resistance, and power.
New York Public Library
May 29th-June 12th, 2024
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture | Harlem, NYC
In the Spring of 2024, Irishia will complete a Short-Term Fellowship at New York Public Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture dedicated to supporting her proposed project, Reimagining Screendance: Reclamation of Black Aesthetics in Dance Film History.
2024 Women in Dance Leadership Conference
October 17th-19th, 2024
Los Angeles, CA
Women in Dance provides opportunities in accessing broader and more visible platforms, expanding the voices of artists/scholars, and strengthening the capacity and vibrancy of women in dance-making and dance-related fields.