BHM Spotlights

Spotlight: Tulani Reeves-Miller

Conversation with Tulani Reeves-Miller Q: What does your creative process look like when approaching a piece? What part of the process comes first? A: At Wellesley, Professor Nikki Greene talks about calling the art “work” instead of pieces, and I’ve adopted that into my vocabulary. When the work of Black creators often gets devalued, it’s … Continue reading Spotlight: Tulani Reeves-Miller

Spotlight: Deavihan Scott

Conversation with Deavihan Scott Q: What does your creative process look like when approaching a piece? What part of the process comes first? A: When approaching a piece, I find that I don’t have a particular path that I take in my writing. While it should be cathartic, I’ve come to realize that when I … Continue reading Spotlight: Deavihan Scott

Spotlight: Cheryl Minde

Conversation with Cheryl Minde Q: What does your creative process look like when approaching a piece? What part of the process comes first? A: I don’t have a specific process but usually I begin by thinking a lot about what I would like to see; what images will make me feel joy. Oftentimes, especially with … Continue reading Spotlight: Cheryl Minde

Spotlight: Tatiana Ivy Moise

Conversation with Tatiana Ivy Moise Q: What does your creative process look like when approaching a piece? What part of the process comes first? A: In the last few years I’ve noticed a shift in my approach to the creative process— mostly because I feel like I haven’t been intentionally approaching it at all! I’m … Continue reading Spotlight: Tatiana Ivy Moise

About BHM Spotlights

In honor of Black History Month, The Wellesley Review presents a series of blog posts featuring Wellesley-affiliated Black artists. Their works, stories, and personal reflections are shared here and on Instagram (@thewellesleyreview)