Media Skills Instructor | Production Coordinator
As a youth educator with Black Media Council, Monique has led video production and storytelling workshops to Austin-area youth of color. Initiatives throughout the year with the organization include the Mpowered Workshop in conjunction with the Capital City Black Film Festival, and the Youth Media Project (co-sponsored by e4Youth, MVMT50), a 6-week intensive media bootcamp that culminates in a Youth Media Lounge at the SXSW Film and Interactive Festival.
Co-Producer | Editor 2014
Directed by William Cordova, co-produced by Monique Moss
Single channel video projection (color, sound) duration: 30 minutes
2014 Prospect 3 New Orleans Biennial, on view at Dillard University
Soul Rebels Band (local New Orleans band) performs on the rooftop of the former Louisiana Art Works building while facing the statue of Robert E Lee (Lee Circle). The Soul Rebel Band’s performance proposes an alternative presence, an ephemeral monument to the Robert E. Lee statute on Lee Circle and asserts a dialogue about New Orleans' racial complexity.
Images courtesy of William Cordova