Forge Project is a Native-led initiative centered on Indigenous art, decolonial education, and supporting leaders in culture, food security, and land justice. Located on the unceded homelands of the Muh-he-con-ne-ok in Upstate New York, Forge Project works to upend political and social systems formed through generations of settler colonialism.
Launched in 2021, Forge Project serves the social and cultural landscape of shared communities through a funded fellowship program for Indigenous culture workers, including those working in food, land justice, law and decolonial governance, and artists, as well as public education and events, a lending art collection focused on works by Indigenous artists, and a teaching farm developed in partnership with Sky High Farm.
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Collection and purchase consultation support by Broken Boxes Projects
Photography by Thatcher Keats, Alon Koppel, Zoe Chan, Letha Wilson, Carrie Schneider, Lexie Smith, Jason S. Ordaz, Anna Victoria, Johnny Fogg
Video production and consulting by Bob Bellerue and Connor Martin
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