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Joshua Walters interviewing Lyzette Wanzer.

November 2023

Joshua Walters, the Creator of Mad One Media, and member of Intersection’s Artist-In-Residence program, created a beautiful video focused on his AIR experience. The video was recorded and edited by Elizabeth Hewlett, and also features members of OPP (Other People’s Poetry), Joshua’s vocal percussion group called Vowel Movement, and AIR members Kim Epifano from Epiphany Dance Theater, Randee Paufve from Paufve Dance, Paul Corman-Roberts & Youssef Alaoui Fdili from Beast Crawl Literary Festival, Trena Noval & Shalini Agrawal from 3rd Space Lab Collective, and Lyzette Wanzer from Lyzette Wanzer Projects.

July 2023

Intersection for the Arts held Ignite the Possibilities, a live broadcast studio session featuring lightning talks presented by Intersection for the Arts 2023 Artists in Residence (AIR) cohort. 

June 2023

Intersection for the Arts held an free, in-person Overdose Response & Recognition Training workshop which was led by the SF Department of Health. This training offered artists and arts organizers a foundational understanding of how the body reacts to an overdose and how the naloxone nasal spray (Narcan) works to reverse a drug overdose to save someone’s life. 

January 2023

Intersection for the Arts is proud to announce our first space activation Artist-in-Residence program

July 2022

Intersection for the Arts was included in this 2021 Survey of America’s Arts Incubators by Americans for the Arts.


Intersection for the Arts respectfully acknowledges that we are based in Yelamu: the traditional, unceded lands of the Ohlone people. We pay our respects to elders both past and present.