SPOKE News & Updates

National Black HIVAids awareness day

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Join us February 7th — National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day— for a panel discussion and performances at Spoke HIV disproportionately affects Black people in the United States. According to
Lou Jones Mannequin


Spoke Gallery is honored to present a solo show by internationally acclaimed Boston-based photographer Lou Jones.
Healing Walk

Healing Walk to Mark Toll of Concurrent Pandemics

SPOKE’s 31st Annual World AIDS Day art installation and vigil, marking the effects of multiple pandemics on our lives and our communities.
World With Out ART 2022

Out of the Ashes installation for World AIDS Day 2022

This mission remains just as urgent today as we face multiple pandemics of COVID-19, racism, and addiction, alongside the continuing scourge of HIV/AIDS, particularly among vulnerable populations.

Daniel Morrison Fellows

For three decades, SPOKE (formerly Medicine Wheel Productions) has been at the intersection of art and healing. Using art as a threshold, moving beyond diversity to equity and building
Angel D Esturban

Angel D Esturban Receives Roberto Valdez Scholarship to Italy

" I continued with my fashion, making clothes and also art."
Afterschool BHA

For Afterschool Jobs

Youth and Young Adults will work in cohorts with teaching artists to create
Taking back the hill

Taking Back the Hill, We are all works in progress

Join us for our annual End of Summer Event at No Man's Land for Community, Art and Food.

I Am the Observer and Nature is My Teacher: Liliana Folta

For her solo show, Folta is debuting her new site specific installation that features 12 of her circular shaped mixed media works. She creates these works by reusing “materials,
Student reading


Student reading photo created by pressfoto DYSLEXIA, CIVIL RIGHTS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE A Discussion: Dyslexia, Civil Rights, and Social Justice Dyslexia, according to the Mayo Clinic’s website, is a learning disability“that involves