AAMARP ARTISTS LOCKED OUT
The African American Master Artists in Residency Program (AAMARP) is a 40-year old Black arts collective program that exists under the Department of African American Studies of Northeastern University that elevates, promotes and celebrates African diasporic arts and their creators in City of Boston and beyond.
AAMARP artists have been locked out of their studios and were notified that we must vacate the building at 76 Atherton Street, Jamaica Plain by July 13th without prior discussion. The artists of AAMARP were instructed to report to the building to receive new keycards to have access to the building, on Sunday July 1, 2018. The artists reported to receive such keys. The locks were changed.
DANA CHANDLER, Founder 1976