Residency Unlimited


Event | Sep 18 2020 4pm

The Ant Project Virtual Workshop

How do you engage with participatory art? Engagement, inclusivity, participation, connectivity, collaboration, are key in shaping different approaches to working in the arts towards the creation of a common good.

Join us for the The Ant Project Workshop in partnership with Residency Unlimited, and explore the projects of artists/curators Ines Amado, Lulu Meng (2015 RU alumna) and Dainy Tapia, who aim to make the audience an active participant in the experience of art.

To register for the event on Zoom, click here

Friday, September 18th 2020, 4pm (EST)

BreadMatters is a cultural program of exhibitions, workshops and debate with a focus on participation, inclusion, and engagement. Photo: Ines Amado.


Lulu Meng, Loved Ones Map. A participatory interactive map inspired by COVID-19 that counteracts the situation to create a visual image of love and care. Courtesy of the artist.


@art.seen.365. Promoting art and artists everyday of the year via instagram. Courtesy of Dainy Tapia.


The ANT Project was born from the need to create a horizontal structure of interaction among artists, curators, writers, and performers. ANT Project facilitates interconnection between seemingly disparate individual practices, nurturing the creative process of the community as a whole. Its mission is inspired by the interaction of ants in an ant colony where individuals, performing their own role, connect with the larger whole in order to feed the colony. The achievements realized collectively by the ants within this unit would be impossible without collective engagement between the single members of the colony.





Meet Over Lunch: Tandava meditation with Guadalupe García