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Josué Rivas (Mexica and Otomi) is an Indigenous Futurist, creative director, visual storyteller, and educator working at the intersection of art, journalism, and social justice. Rivas' work challenges mainstream narratives about Indigenous peoples, builds awareness about issues affecting Native communities across Turtle Island, and acts as a visual message to honor those in the shadows of our society.
Avani Patel seeks to interpret the content of music and express it through visual images, to create an environment of joy and passion, which conveys a feeling of dance and festivity. Born in India, Patel immigrated to Pennsylvania with her family at 11 years old. She holds a BA from University of Pennsylvania and an MFA from the Tyler School of Arts at Temple University. Patel's paintings are a rhythmic dialogue with music that create a language of abstraction as a means of expressing musical harmony in visual form. Indian performance and various musical styles inspire a system of expression using harmonious elements, and abstract figures, which form patterns on Avani's canvases.
Jonathan Day Nālamakūikapō Ahsing is a Kanaka ʻŌiwi storyteller, interdisciplinary artist, and aloha ʻāina. His work navigates decolonization and mediums of connectivity through ʻŌiwi pattern, pigment and protocol. Centering ancestral ecological knowledge, Ahsing cultivates Indigenous life, land, and practices, envisioning futures rooted in bio-cultural abundance.
Ahsing is generously creating not one but two series of prints for Passage Arts, which will be available exclusively on our website. Stay tuned to learn more about the artist, his story, and his work.