Hapa Bruthas

I just found thee images online, from a show at SOMARTS in San Francisco from 2015? My video was part of the show, and it is very interesting to see images of this performance in front of the video. Thank you so much to Queen Gidrea Hapa Bruthas combines elements of spoken word confession and the

San Francisco Arts Commission

This is the third SFAC grant I have received in support of my work. I'll be continuing the body of work called Kaddish (A prayer for my dead). I'll be having a solo show with Black and White Projects in 2018 with new work!

Since I laid….

Brontez Purnell has a new book out and they chose this image from The Objects series for the cover!

Evie Leder In Conversation With Brion Nuda Rosch in SFAQ

She discusses objects, portraiture, butterfly collections, ghostly presentations, and LED’s. This is the first recorded conversation from the studios at Minnesota Street Project to be published in SFAQ. In following issues, artists from the program will document varied discussions related to their practice.

Solo Exhibition at Black and White Projects

Black & White Projects is pleased to present Kaddish, a solo exhibition featuring a new series of works by new media artist Evie Leder. Continuing to explore topics of identity, gender, and power, Leder’s latest series is inspired by her family members’ pasts and their perceived and real identities. The exhibition, named for the Jewish

Minnesota Street Project Studio Program

I am so excited to announce that I have been selected to be a charter resident of the Minnesota Street Project Studio Program. There is an amazing group of artists and organizations involved. We move in during May/June. More to come! http://minnesotastreetproject.com

The Objects: Panel Discussion

Join us for a panel discussion moderated by Beth Pickens, with panelists Evie Leder, Dorothy Santos, and "objects" Brontez Purnell and Mica Sigourney as we discuss the work, the process and the ideas generated by the show. https://www.facebook.com/events/628592757226311 Above is an image from the panel discussion taken by Rhiannon MacFadyen