Days Without Art



Medicine Wheel Productions/SPOKE presents Days Without Art, bringing together more than 30 artists from across Greater Boston to raise community consciousness of the connections between health and racial justice for Blacks and other people of color.

Days Without Art begins with a virtual, multidisciplinary exhibition Sunday, Feb. 7, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and continues with online public programs through February, African American History Month. Our virtual programming will be accessible via Zoom.

Medicine Wheel will present work from Black Bostonians from across cultural, health care, and other sectors every Wednesday evening through February and beyond. Musicians, poets, dancers, painters and designers will create and repurpose work that speaks to issues such as health, wellness, equity, inclusion, awareness, resilience, and/or artistic expression.

Leading this innovative project is Amanda Shea, a spoken word poet, social activist, and teaching artist. Participating artists include Edward “D Ruff” Bryant, Sublimeluv, Dell Hamilton, Cedric “Vice1” Douglas, & Letta Neely.

To access the Zoom meeting beginning February 7th at 12 am, go here.

Medicine Wheel Productions is proud to present the following artists that will be participating in our Days Without Art event.

Days Without Art Artists:

Artist Name Email Social Media Handles
Edward “D Ruff”
Ashley Rose
Pharynia Jean
Fantasia Means
Amber Williams
Troy J Veal
Eternity Hyppolite
Lewis Morris
Letta Neely
Durane West 
Claudio Sotolongo


Cedric “VISE1″ Douglas
Raymond Josue Rodriguez
Ashleigh Gordon
Dell Hamilton
Shea Justice
Allan McClendon 
Keely Edwards
Aaron Stone
Craig Bailey


Gail Burton
Pamella Goncalves
U-Meleni Mhlaba-Adebo 
Shaina Schwartz
Darrell Ann Gane -McCalla
Michael Gordon Penn


Charles Coe
Philip Robinson

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