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Nomadique a multimedia cooperative committed to community. Our mission is two-fold: to tell stories that bring people together, and to give the people we document the tools to tell their own stories. We partner with nonprofit organizations, purposeful businesses and news outlets to create compelling documentary-style narratives. Nomadique is made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors. Nomadique’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Time Out New York, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor and Nat Geo Music, and our commercial and non-profit clients include Amnesty International, the World Bank Institute and Transparency International. Want to stay in touch? Sign up for our newsletter! We won't flood you, we promise. http://nomadique.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9e63891c77447c8cfe7431322&id=37f83f8060

In lieu of our beloved Artist Workshop Dinner series, this month we are thrilled to feature our community chef, Justin J...
04/20/2020

In lieu of our beloved Artist Workshop Dinner series, this month we are thrilled to feature our community chef, Justin J Wee (@djdumpling), who will be showing us how to bring some of his NMDQ Dinner culinary spirit to our own kitchens via Zoom. We are including the ingredients of the recipe he will be making below and encourage you to follow along!

Spaghetti and Meatballs w/ homemade tomato sauce and persillade

TOMATO SAUCE
3 punnets of cherry tomatoes (can use grape tomatoes as well)
1 cup olive oil
3 cloves of garlic
Basil (for garnish)
Salt
Black pepper

PERSILLADE
1 lemon
1/3 cup finely chopped parsley
1 large clove garlic
2-3 tablespoons of olive oil
Salt
Black pepper

MEATBALLS
1/2 medium yellow onion, finely chopped
2 clove garlic, finely chopped
8 ounces ground pork
8 ounces ground beef
1 teaspoon of salt
1/2 cup torn white bread, crusts removed (you *could* sub for oats if GF)
1/2 cup milk (or stock, if dairy free)
1/4 cup of parsley
OPTIONAL: worcestershire sauce, nutmeg, orange rind

Pasta of your choice!


Justin J Wee is a Malaysian-born Australian photographer and community chef now based in Brooklyn. His clients include The New York Times, The Atlantic, Bloomberg Businessweek, VICE and NPR. In 2020, Justin was named one of Authority Collective’s ‘Lit List’, a group of image makers to ‘watch, hire, and exhibit’, and in 2019 was featured by the BBC for his project ‘How I Hurt’, a still life series documenting chronic pain. In addition to his visual practice, Justin is a community chef for two not-for-profit community collectives, Nomadique and Communion. His sun is in libra, and everything else is in gay.
justinjwee.com @djdumpling

04/18/2020

Vilray performs “A Love Song, Played Slow” at our March virtual gathering - NMDQ Presents and Evening with Lau Noah, Vilray and Nathaniel Bellows.

Catch the next evening with NMDQ on 4/25 at 6PM on Zoom. Details to come!

Come thru 8:30 ET tonight! Zoom link in bio. Miss y’all. ❤️
03/31/2020

Come thru 8:30 ET tonight! Zoom link in bio. Miss y’all. ❤️

NMDQ Presents an evening with Vilray, Lau Noah and Nathaniel Bellows Tomorrow 3/31 8:30 - 9:30 PM EST via Zoom (link in ...
03/30/2020

NMDQ Presents an evening with Vilray, Lau Noah and Nathaniel Bellows
Tomorrow 3/31 8:30 - 9:30 PM EST via Zoom (link in bio)
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In lieu of our beloved Artist Workshop Dinner series (eight years running!) we’ll be using the coming months to present live virtual showcases of some of our favorite performing artists and more. We’re excited to be able to continue our commitment to the exchange of ideas and inspiration between artists from our homes, and also be able to broaden this experience to include those who wouldn’t normally be available to attend one of our in person events. We can’t wait to see all of your faces!

Vilray (vill-ree) is a composer, performer and Nonesuch Records recording artist from Brooklyn, he sings and plays guitar in NYC and around the world.

Lau Noah's musical tapestry is a conversation between masterful storytelling, intertwined cultures and a limitless sense of imagination that provide the audience with the capacity to time-travel between their child self and the being they will become when the last song of the show comes to an end.

Nathaniel Bellows is author of two novels--ON THIS DAY (HarperCollins) and NAN (Harmon Blunt)—and a collection of poetry, WHY SPEAK? (W.W. Norton). His writing—fiction, non-fiction, poetry—has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Book Review, Narrative, The Paris Review, Guernica, Narrative, Ploughshares, The New Republic, The Yale Review, THE BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES, and many other journals, periodicals, and websites. He has released two albums of his own original songs, "The Old Illusions" (2016) and "Swan and Wolf" (2018), and, with composer Sarah Kirkland Snider "Unremembered," (2015—with a new album, "Mass for the Endangered," to be released Fall of 2020 on New Amsterdam/Nonesuch. He is a graduate of Middlebury College (BA) and Columbia University (MFA) and lives in New York City.

Images courtesy of the artists

Looking back to our pre-Covid19 February Artist Workshop Dinner featuring herbalist Marisa Hall. We had no idea then how...
03/30/2020

Looking back to our pre-Covid19 February Artist Workshop Dinner featuring herbalist Marisa Hall. We had no idea then how pertinent this workshop would be in just a few short weeks.

After some tea, Marisa opened by introducing a zine she had made for us to jot down our reactions throughout the presentation, and gave a little background to Augustine Herbals, her new herbalism venture named after her grandmother who encouraged her.

She shared the differences between tinctures and oxymels (differences in base and expiry), as well as the healing properties of chickweed (respiratory health), monarda (immunity), motherwort (stress relief), mugwort (inspiration and creativity), tulsi and rose (all around good vibes!). A million thank you’s to Marisa for letting us sample her creations and reminding us about the healing properties of every day plants, this work is so important right now.

Check back here tomorrow for details about our virtual March Workshop on Tuesday night, we’ve got some special guests in store!

Photos by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

In this time of crisis, we are reflecting on something so intrinsic to our ethos - the ability to gather. Sharing some p...
03/29/2020

In this time of crisis, we are reflecting on something so intrinsic to our ethos - the ability to gather. Sharing some pictures from our February Workshop Dinner, pre-social distancing, what feels like eons ago. As we prepare for our first virtual gathering next week (more info coming soon!), we wanted to look back with gratitude on something to look forward to one day.

The always incredible Justin J Wee cooked up baharat spiced chickens, roasted green beans with shallots, and labneh with tomatoes. Laurel Golio held it down as sous chef. The herbalist Marisa Hall was our featured artist, more from her beautiful (and timely) presentation in our next post. Be well and take care of yourselves, we hope to see you soon.

Photos by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

For our February Workshop Dinner, we are thrilled to welcome herbalist Marisa Hall (@eesahall), who will be guiding atte...
02/24/2020

For our February Workshop Dinner, we are thrilled to welcome herbalist Marisa Hall (@eesahall), who will be guiding attendees through an interactive sensory exploration of plants using a few of her small-batch blends. Guests will taste, reflect, and participate in a brief discussion around ways to soften the edges of healing.

Marisa Hall is a writer, yoga teacher, and herbalist from Berkeley, California, based in Brooklyn. She takes a holistic approach to healing, offering modalities for sustainable inward exploration, balance, and accessing deeper, more sustainable joy. Her hope for anyone she works with is for them to walk away feeling grounded and empowered in their healing journey, with more capacity to reach further toward being fully embodied. What Marisa has found in working with herbs is an invitation to be in process, and motivation to stay present for what comes out of giving yourself permission to take up space.

1. Photo by Paper Monday
2. Photo by Marisa Hall

Last month, Justin J Wee launched our 8th season with a “SMART” goal setting workshop to kick our butts into gear - gent...
02/22/2020

Last month, Justin J Wee launched our 8th season with a “SMART” goal setting workshop to kick our butts into gear - gently and effectively. He broke down the process into Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time Bound categories - and followed up with how to prime our environment to make success more likely. We then took time crafting our own goals with these prompts in mind.

Justin also, of course, made dinner, preparing Malaysian Bak kut teh, which loosely means “pork bone tea broth”. It’s comprised of pork ribs simmered in a soup of 16 “mysterious” herbs, aromatics, roots, and sticks, all served over a bed of rice with cos lettuce and shiitake mushrooms. Deep gratitude to Justin for this wholistic culinary & soul enriching experience kicking off 2020 ❤️ and to all who joined us!
Photos by @sashafoto

We’re honored to be featured in issue 9 of @rocketsciencemagazine, with a sweet essay by our dear friend @michaelgeorge ...
02/17/2020

We’re honored to be featured in issue 9 of @rocketsciencemagazine, with a sweet essay by our dear friend @michaelgeorge about the importance of community for a solitary freelancer. Thank you @paulinemagnenat and Michael! Photos by @sashafoto

A small gushing note of gratitude to all who helped make our 7th dinner season so nourishing:⠀This year, we hosted prese...
12/31/2019

A small gushing note of gratitude to all who helped make our 7th dinner season so nourishing:

This year, we hosted presenters working in a wide range of mediums, from VR to painting to the olfactory and culinary arts. We heard some groundbreaking performances on viola and banjo right in our living room. We learned from artists with solo shows at the Brooklyn Museum and The Whitney, and facilitated discussions that brought our guests into intimate conversation with their work. Most importantly, we exchanged food and ideas with each other, a profound act working in the battle against loneliness and monotony. It was so necessary. Thank you for making all of that possible.

As always, these dinners would not be what they are without the hospitality and generosity of the housemates of the Jefferson house and the incredible effort our rock @djdumpling puts into every menu, preparing close to 300 plates of food over the course of the year and truly keeping this thing running. Curatorial support from @treenaphoto, @sonofcloudmusic and @the_shane_omar helped bring a variety of disciplines to our roster and enriched our discussions. I’m so grateful for all of your wisdom and talent.

Finally, thank you to the incredible artists who shared their work with us in 2019, we can’t wait to see what the next decade has in store for you.

Chioma Ebinama @chiomaaaaaa
Trevor New @voxviola
Ash Baccus-Clark @ashbaccus
Salmon Toor @salman.toor
Geneva Peschka @gneva
Rose Marie Cromwell @rorosiemarie
Mohammed Fayaz @brohammed
Thea Traff @theatraff
Tatiana Godoy Betancur @aiaa_oo_eau
Yong Shin @supyongshin
Liz Johnson Artur @lizjohnsonartur
Memory Foam @memoryfoamprojects
Nora Brown @little.nb

Love,
Sasha

#nmdqdinners
photo by @laurelgolio

More from the beautiful performance by fourteen-year-old banjo prodigy Nora Brown at our 7th anniversary dinner. Was an ...
12/31/2019

More from the beautiful performance by fourteen-year-old banjo prodigy Nora Brown at our 7th anniversary dinner. Was an honor to host you! Thank you to all who came to celebrate with us. 🖤
#nmdqdinners photos by @sashafoto

More from the beautiful performance by fourteen-year-old banjo prodigy Nora Brown at our 7th anniversary dinner. Thank y...
12/31/2019

More from the beautiful performance by fourteen-year-old banjo prodigy Nora Brown at our 7th anniversary dinner. Thank you to all who celebrated with us and to Nora for an incredible set!
#nmdqdinners photos by @sashafoto

Our final dinner of the year celebrating our seventh birthday as a series, featuring Ajiaco prepared by @djdumpling and ...
12/31/2019

Our final dinner of the year celebrating our seventh birthday as a series, featuring Ajiaco prepared by @djdumpling and a performance by Nora Brown (@little.nb).
#nmdqdinners photos by @sashafoto

12/28/2019

For our final NMDQ Artist Dinner of 2019 in December, we welcomed sixteen year old
banjo prodigy Nora Brown (@little.nb) as our featured artist. Thank you so much Nora for your beautiful set!

#nmdqdinners
video by @sashafoto

Pt 2 / @memoryfoamprojects give us the scoop on their process as an art collective and their site specific installation ...
12/10/2019

Pt 2 / @memoryfoamprojects give us the scoop on their process as an art collective and their site specific installation at the @leslielohmanmuseum. @djdumpling’s main course: Turmeric green peppercorn broth with rice vermicelli chicken and brocolli rabe. We listen to the evolution of the peppercorn from something that was worth more than gold to today’s dinner staple. Then, we dissect birthday traditions and celebrate each other’s collective light, as well as more specifically @sinikiwe.stephanie, whose birthday it was that day! Birthday cake: Chocolate cake with chocolate and black pepper ganache and blackberry syrup. Thank you everyone who participated in this magic evening!
Photos by @sashafoto #nmdqdinners

Pt 1 / Back in November, @memoryfoamprojects took us on a culinary and historical journey into an ingredient that has be...
12/10/2019

Pt 1 / Back in November, @memoryfoamprojects took us on a culinary and historical journey into an ingredient that has been slippery in its meaning and weight through time, the peppercorn. We began with a first for NMDQ - in the kitchen, a tasting of three dishes made with different types of peppercorns made by @djdumpling followed by a toast to each guest with a special peppercorn cocktail concocted by MF. The evening continued with movements through different chambers of the house.

Bites:

Anchovy fillets with orange, olive oil, and pink peppercorn

Potato fritters with black pepper and coriander seed

Whole roasted cabbage with green peppercorn, mustard, and sour cream
White pepper broth of roasted potato peels, thyme, salted egg yolk

TONIGHT: For our November Artist Workshop, the art collective @memoryfoamprojects will be presenting a roving dinner in ...
11/21/2019

TONIGHT: For our November Artist Workshop, the art collective @memoryfoamprojects will be presenting a roving dinner in which they’ll offer a new course at a different location within the Nomadique house. The dishes shared will speak to culinary traditions around gathering through the lens of an ingredient.

Memory Foam is an artist-led initiative started by Yael Malka, Kat Shannon and Sacha Vega. It came out of a desire to create meaningful and intimate space for art making, conversation, and storytelling. As a collective they feel inundated in a culturally overstimulated moment, so they are interested in what ideas, works, or stories provide an opportunity to stick and linger. Their projects are reflective of their expanding ideas on producing art as it pertains to their mission, whether that be through curating exhibitions, publishing or fostering conversations.
#nmdqdinners

NMDQ October Artist Dinner featuring Liz Johnson Arturphotos by @sashafoto, last photo by @laurelgolio #nmdqdinners #liz...
11/20/2019

NMDQ October Artist Dinner featuring Liz Johnson Artur
photos by @sashafoto, last photo by @laurelgolio
#nmdqdinners #lizjohnsonartur

The artist Liz Johnson Artur presenting at our October Artist Workshop Dinnerphoto by @sashafoto
11/19/2019

The artist Liz Johnson Artur presenting at our October Artist Workshop Dinner
photo by @sashafoto

Don't miss out! The deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just two days away on 9/15!Submit your artwork, ...
09/13/2017

Don't miss out! The deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just two days away on 9/15!

Submit your artwork, written pieces, music, and/or performance work responding to the theme of "touch" to be considered for this year's multimedia exhibition! All mediums are welcome.

Submission link: nomadique.submittable.com

Photo by Nomadique community member Verónica Puche

The EXTENDED Deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just over two weeks away!Submit your artwork, written p...
08/28/2017

The EXTENDED Deadline for the 2017 #NMDQCollections Open Call is just over two weeks away!

Submit your artwork, written pieces, and performances responding to the theme of "touch" to nomadique.submittable.com! All mediums welcome. Deadline 9/15.

Photo by NMDQ community member Verónica Puche

The #NMDQCollections Open Call submission deadline has been extended to 9/15! This year's theme is touch. Submit at noma...
08/21/2017

The #NMDQCollections Open Call submission deadline has been extended to 9/15! This year's theme is touch. Submit at nomadique.submittable.com/submit

Hey community! NMDQ Collections, our annual group art exhibition series, is now accepting submissions. The theme for 201...
07/25/2017

Hey community!

NMDQ Collections, our annual group art exhibition series, is now accepting submissions. The theme for 2017 is touch. Find out more at the link below. We'd love to consider your work!

Image © Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova

https://nomadique.submittable.com/submit

We are in the midst of planning the 2017 NMDQ Collections exhibition! Keep an eye out for the Open Call launching soon. ...
07/21/2017
A Living Together

We are in the midst of planning the 2017 NMDQ Collections exhibition! Keep an eye out for the Open Call launching soon.

In the meantime, check out this round up of last year's show in collaboration with Pioneer Works and Found Sound Nation, now featured on our site.

We were thrilled to share the artworks of Christopher Anderson, Alix M. Pentecost Farren, Peter Van Agtmael, Dana Michelle Hemes, and the performances of twig twig+Lea Fulton, Jonah Parzen-Johnson, Alpenglow and more. Thank you for all who came to experience this evening with us.

Event photos by Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova

Common rhetoric tells us that nature is a force to be dominated, that strangers will surely swindle us, loved ones will one day betray us, and technology will soon overtake us. In our quest to survive and grow, we often extol individuality and self-sufficiency as virtues.

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art ...
04/24/2017

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art show featuring 24 international lens-based artists. Part of our mission at Nomadique is to encourage artists and thinkers from different backgrounds and disciplines to come together and create something new, in dialogue with one another. We're excited to share about this event and even more inspired to plan our next show!
If you find yourself in Bogotá within the next month stop by "Espacio el Pasajero". Opening details and gallery hours above. Artists' work in order Katrina Lillian Sorrentino, Lara Tabet, Martha Naranjo Sandoval, Kalen Na'il Roach

@notasalfuturo #notestothefuture #notasalfuturo @ Bogotá, Colombia

One more image from Notas al Futuro, an exhibition in Bogotá, Colombia that Nomadique's Katrina Sorrentino is helping in...
04/24/2017

One more image from Notas al Futuro, an exhibition in Bogotá, Colombia that Nomadique's Katrina Sorrentino is helping install this week. Image @veropucheq

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art ...
04/24/2017

Katrina Sorrentino @treenaphoto from our team at NMDQ is in Bogotá, Colombia this week helping put together a group art show featuring 24 international lens-based artists. Part of our mission at Nomadique is to encourage artists and thinkers from different backgrounds and disciplines to come together and create something in dialogue with each other. We're excited to share about this event and even more inspired to plan our next show. If you find yourself in Bogotá within the next month stop by Espacio el Pasajero. Opening details and gallery hours above. #notestothefuture #notasdelfuturo Artists' work in order Katrina Lillian, Lara Tabat, Martha Naranjo Sandoval, Kalen Na'il Roach @ Bogotá, Colombia

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