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What is part of KJR Studios:

What is KJR Studios?

KJR Studios is a sprawling creative practice headquartered in Brooklyn, NY, with seasonal projects in Berlin, Johannesburg, and wherever else I am invited (hint hint: I would love to spend some time in Brazil, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Tokyo). Stewarded by me, learner Kameelah Janan Rasheed, KJR Studios is committed to exploring how we learn across species, disciplines, and states of living.

What is part of KJR Studios:

(1) Visual Arts Practice

(2) Public Speaking and Programming

(3) Orange Tangent Study (my Consulting Business: yes, you can now pay me to “pick my brain.”)

(4) Teaching and Learning

(5) Black Orbits

(6) Scratch Disks Full

(7) Ghost Chapters

Learn more about KJR Studios here.

How is this newsletter organized?

Why is this newsletter organized in this way?

(A) calendar time (writing and sharing at a repeated pace and interval as externally promised, even if I do not feel like it)

Primitive Hypertext” (Octavia Estelle Butler): An annotated list of five things I’ve read/seen/heard and want to share. [weekly: every Sunday]

Studio Updates: These are released once a month and it is simply a round-up of happenings with KJR Studios.

(B) internal rhythm (writing and sharing at an organic pace and intervals as internally [un]promised)

Using the Word as Bait” (Clarice Lispector): These are the longform “essays” that result from my HIIT cycle of writing. [montly-ish]

(C) flash time (writing and sharing immediately as a response to an intuitive sense of urgency)

“Perishable Instant” (Clarice Lispector): These are short bursts of writing or sketches when a spark from elsewhere compels me. [whenever]

How to cite this newsletter: Rasheed, K. (Year, Month Day). Newsletter Title. I Will (?) Figure This All Out Later. URL

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