MA Arts Politics Class of 2020
BA Literary Studies + Culture & Media, The New School
Sienna Fekete is a producer based in New York City with a background in radio, podcasting, and music. She is a Co-founder of Chroma, a cross-disciplinary studio centering womxn of color. She has worked exclusively with BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra, Playground Radio, On Air Fest, Red Bull Arts, Top Rank Magazine, and SiriusXM. She looks forward to creating more initiatives with Chroma, growing her practice as a curator and archivist, and building collectively with the community.
What drew you to the M.A. in Arts Politics?
I’m passionate about arts culture, public programming, and community; these are the types of work I make space for, whether that’s creating a dynamic range of immersive experiences, pitching new dialogues surrounding the arts and its current narrative, amplifying emerging voices, or curating work that reflects the diversity of New York and the larger global community. I believe that the Arts Politics M.A. Program brings this and centers this kind of creativity and consciousness. I look forward to further developing the scope, recognition, and accessibility of the arts and how we can engage with the art world. I strive to create work that is full of hope, resistance, mobility and makes space for people of color.