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FESTIVAL DATES: April 24th-26th, 2020

Fabbrica Delle Candele

47121 Forli,

Province of Forlì-Cesena, Italy

I am excited to announce that for the first time ever, my video piece Freedom has Never Tasted so Good will be screened internationally at the Ibrida Festival for Intermedia Arts in Forlì, Italy! Displaying my artwork at an international level has been a major goal of mine and it is pretty surreal that the time has finally come! Because of my work's subject matter, it is important for me to reach as wide of an audience as I can. With my visuals, I aim to enable conversation throughout the United States and beyond! I would also like to take a moment to thank every single one of you reading for your constant support! For more information on the Ibrida Festival, continue reading below!

ABOUT IBRIDA HYBRID FESTIVAL: "Ibrida, the festival of intermedia arts, was born in 2015 in order to investigate and disseminate the most recent productions and research in the field of experimental audiovisual (videoart, found footage, meta-cinema, 2D and 3D animation, etc.), welcoming in a completely natural way also performance art and electronic music. Hybrid blooms from the seeds of Re / Action and from 2016 it develops over several days inside the Fabbrica delle Candele and other spaces of the city of Forlì, after the interest shown by the public and professionals.

Hybrid is curated by Vertov Project, with the artistic direction of Francesca Leoni and Davide Mastrangelo and the critical collaboration of Piero Deggiovanni". (via

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Thank you to everyone for all of the endless support!

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Hello everyone!

I am humbled to announce that my very first interview is now up online for Voyage Phoenix! About a month ago Voyage Phoenix Magazine reached out to me with interest in featuring me in their Phoenix's Most Inspiring Stories series. This series is used to highlight independent and upcoming businesses/entrepreneurs throughout Phoenix and it's surrounding cities and I am grateful to be representing my home town Chandler, AZ! Click here or the link above to read the full interview and get to know more about me and my art! As a Black and Latina woman that makes political art, it’s very special to me to have the opportunity to share my perspective, my backstory, and control my own narrative while being completely honest and true to who I am and my work. In the article, you’ll get to know more about me, my struggles, my inspirations, and the underlying foundation of my art! Also, please feel free to share the link with anyone that may be interested in reading! I hope you all enjoy reading the interview and I want to give a special thank you to everyone for the endless support! Lots of love Mia B.

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ON VIEW: January 23rd - February 20th, 2020

Sonnenschein Gallery

Durand Art Institute, Lake Forest College

700 E Deerpath, Lake Forest, IL 60045

Gallery Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri 2-5 pm |

Sat-Sun 1-5 pm

I am happy to announce that my latest video piece Freedom has Never Tasted so Good will be exhibited in Lake Forest, Illinois this month and next month as a part of the video art exhibition States of Democracy!

Description: Crucial to the success of democracy stand the challenges of equal representation, justice and human rights. Progress towards these goals can be fragile and recent election cycles have created salient evidence that deep regressions in democratic systems are warnings we must take seriously.

Fluctuating success in securing long-standing progress imply that democracy is not simply practiced at the ballot box it is also a system needing regular maintenance, improvement and persistent engagement. Driven to explore the states of democracy, poignant artworks are effective vehicles through which we encourage discourse and provide rare opportunities to critique and examine its intricacies.

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