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Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán

Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán is a solo/collaborative multimedia artist, activist, critic, and educator, orchestrating visual, acoustic, performative, textual, and terrestrial techniques to produce work across 22 nations in the Américas, Africa, the Arab world, Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Pacific.

Bodhrán is the author of Antes y después del Bronx: Lenapehoking and South Bronx Breathing Lessons; editor of the international queer Indigenous issue of Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art, and Thought; and co-editor, with Rosy Simas, of the Native issue of Movement Research Performance Journal.

Yerbabuena/Mala yerba, his current solo multimedia project, is a womanist/queer/trans multiracial remapping of New York, California, the East and West Coasts, and the Atlantic and Pacific worlds.

Bodhrán collaborates with Rosy Simas Danse, as a multimedia artist, installationist, creative/critical/marketing/grant writer, journal editor, community outreach/engagement specialist, dialogue facilitator, and events organizer for Indigenous womanist performances, installations, and dialogues.

Bodhrán has been awarded solo/collaborative residencies in Norway and the U.S., including the Ordway, O’Shaughnessy, Djerassi, MANCC, MacDowell, Ucross, James Merrill House, Yaddo, and Vermont Studio Center.

He has received funding from the Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation; CantoMundo; Radius of Arab American Writers; Macondo Foundation; Lambda Literary Foundation; and Fine Arts Work Center.

Studies Project Participant,

Studies Project Organizer

Past Classes & Events

Studies Project: Decolonial Design, Indigenous Choreography, and Multicorporeal Sovereignties: A Womanist/Queer/Trans Indigenous Movement Dialogue

February 18, 2018
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