Eva Mayhabal Davis

Eva Mayhabal Davis (b. Toluca, Mexico) She/Her is a Co-Director at Transmitter, focusing on collaborative working models for exhibitions, text, and public programs. Independent curatorial projects have been hosted at BronxArtSpace, Expressiones Cultural Center, MECA International Art Fair, Queens Museum, Smack Mellon, and NARS Foundation. Her work in advocacy and equity for social justice values through the arts and culture is rooted through her work as an Intake Paralegal at UnLocal, Inc, a non-profit organization that provides direct legal aid and community education to New York City’s undocumented immigrant communities. She is a founding member of El Salón, a meetup for cultural producers based in NYC. She has spoken on her curatorial work at the Artist Space, Queens Museum, The 8th Floor, Brooklyn College, and Queensborough Community College. Her writing has been featured in exhibition catalogs and publications such as Foundwork, Arte Fuse, Art Spiel, the Hemispheric Institute’s Cuadernos, and Nueva Luz: Photographic Journal. She is an alumnus of the Art & Law Program Fellowship (2018), NALAC Leadership Advocacy Fellowship (2019), NYFA Leadership Boot Camp (2019), and Art & Cultural Heritage Law Program (2020). Based in occupied Lenapehoking (New York City).

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Watch Now! Towards Accountability: Art and Institutions on Indigenous Territories

Towards Accountability: Art and Institutions on Indigenous Territories is a series of conversations curated and moderated by Jordan Wilson ICI’s Inaugural Indigenous Curatorial Research Fellow. The series brought together artists, curators, and other thinkers who shared experiences and engaged in conversation on the actions and responsibilities of contemporary art institutions, public art on Indigenous lands, and Indigenous curatorial and artistic practices.


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