Fellow Fridays: Adeniyi Ademoroti, Tyler Raso, Miguel Braceli, and LaRissa Rogers

Friday, March 22, 2024
5-8 PM

Join us for Fellow Fridays featuring our 2023-2024 Fellows who have been in residence at the Fine Arts Work Center since October 2023. Showcases will feature artist exhibitions and public readings. 

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5 PM – Reception
True Love’s Kiss: A Queer Fairytale in Provincetown
Miguel Braceli, Visual Arts Fellow

Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Operations of Care
LaRissa Rogers, Visual Arts Fellow, and
Luis Vasquez La Roche

Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Stanley Kunitz Common Room

6 PM – Reading
Welcome from Sharon Polli

Tyler Raso, Poetry Fellow
Adeniyi Ademoroti, Fiction Fellow

Stanley Kunitz Common Room

7 PM – Reception
Gallery reopens
8PM – Event Ends

Miguel Braceli True Love’s Kiss, Participatory Performance, Provincetown, 2024. Photo by Sasha Wortzel.

Operations of Care. Photo courtesy of the artists.
Photo by Luis Vasquez La Roche.

Featured Fellows

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Adeniyi Ademoroti, from Lagos, Nigeria, received his MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. His work has appeared in The Southern Review and AGNI. He is at work on a novel.

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Tyler Raso is a poet, essayist, teacher, and dabbler in visualities. They hold an MFA from Indiana University and have edited and read with The Kenyon Review, the Indiana Review, and pidgeonholes. Their work shares space with Poetry, Black Warrior Review, DIAGRAM, Foglifter Journal, Split Lip Magazine, The Offing, and elsewhere. Their chapbook, In my dreams/I love like an idea, was selected as the winner of the 2022 Frontier Digital Chapbook Contest. In Provincetown, they will be working on their manuscript of poems centered on the queer childhood, the prismatic possibilities above/below/beyond/between/without gender, and unnamed intimacies, alongside a book of essays.

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Miguel Braceli is an artist, architect, and educator. His practice is focused on participatory art projects in public space; working at the intersection of art, architecture, and social practices; and exploring geopolitical and local conflicts. Most of these projects have been large-scale works developed in Latin America, Europe, and the United States; exhibited in galleries and institutions through photography, sculpture and film. He has led educational projects with institutions such as Documenta Fifteen, The Bronx Museum of Arts, Matadero Madrid, among others. His most recent participations and recognitions include Skowhegan School of Painting (2022), Art Omi (2021), AIM Bronx Museum Fellow (2022), Fulbright Scholar (2020-2019), and Young Artist Award of the Principality of Asturias (2018). In 2021 He founded LA ESCUELA___ together with Siemens Stiftung International. In 2022 he received a commision by the Percent for Art program for a permanent public artwork in New York City, where he is currently living and working.



LaRissa Rogers (b. 1996) is a visual artist born in Charlottesville, VA. She holds a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University and a MFA from the University of California Los Angeles. Rogers has exhibited and performed in institutions such as Documenta 15 (Germany), Super Dakota (Brussels),  Fields Projects (NY), M+B Gallery (LA), LACE (LA), the California Museum of Photography, Riverside (CA) and the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (VA) among others. She received the Visual Arts fellowship at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (2022) and The Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship (2023-2024). She held residencies at BEMIS Center of Contemporary Art (2022), Black Spatial Relics (2022), and will be attending MASS MoCA (2024). Rogers was named 2024 Forbes 30 under 30 in Art and Style, and cofounded the alternative monument and community gathering space “Operations of Care” with Luis Vasquez La Roche, located in Charlottesville, VA. In 2024, Rogers will be installing “Going to Ground,” a public sculpture with the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston. Rogers is currently represented by Super Dakota.

The Stanley Kunitz Common Room and the Hudson D. Walker Gallery are accessible facilities in compliance with ADA guidelines.

If  you require assistance to access these venues, please call the Fine Arts Work Center at 508-487-9960 ext. 101 in advance of your visit.

This event was made possible in part by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.

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