Inbreak began with two friends meeting at The Huntington Gardens in Pasadena, California on a sunny afternoon. Inspiration fueled their dialogue as they dreamt about a space that would enable artists to bring their full selves to a conversation on art, race, and faith. Over the next several months, they met weekly to ideate, dreaming about the possibility of starting a residency that could tap into an unmet need.
Hosted by Dea Studios, the Inbreak Residency is for artists of any discipline, writers, and preachers to participate in a collaborative virtual process that promotes a collective exploration of art, faith, and race in the United States. Over the course of three months, residents engage in a program that includes selected viewings, readings, and dialogue prompts. The residency culminates in a live or virtual event, a series of virtual exhibitions, and publication possibilities. Read on to learn more!
This incredible cohort collaborated to create the group exhibition, "Into the Deep, Unto the New".
"What we didn't know we had in common [was] our grief and mending." - Liberty Worth, 2021 Inbreak Resident
While all Inbreak residents gain invaluable project management and workshop skills, the entrepreneurship track will take your project further. Unique to Inbreak, the entrepreneurship track sharpens business and finance skills.
1| Learn the basics about how to turn a project into an additional steam of income.
2| Join a growing network of creatives and sell your workshops and services through the Inbreak Lab.
3| Gain access to additional project funding.
The Inbreak Lab is a private platform where we host workshops, innovation labs, and online courses. Our platform goes beyond just hosting events. The Inbreak Lab offers access to a network of creatives exploring the intersections of art, race, and faith.