TRIBE is a non-profit arts organization committed to cultivating a platform for artists to thrive and share their innovative voices.

Thanks to our incredible supporters, during 2023 we had the chance to make our Afrofuturistic mission bigger than ever: around 21 artists and art workers were an essential part of our productions,  art residencies,  and live performances in the US and abroad.

And for 2024, of course, we want more! We want more voices of emerging talents to be shared. We want to give more space for groundbreaking performances to be created. We want to keep supporting and empowering artists to invest time in their visions. And to make all that a reality, we need your contribution.

All donations to TRIBE are tax-deductible. Support a Brooklyn-based award-winning collective of BIPOC artists to share their unique voices in the U.S. and abroad.

Help us support emerging talents in Afrofuturistic arts by making a tax-deductible donation to TRIBE. Your contribution enables us to provide the space, time, and resources that emerging performing artists need to thrive, grow, and share their innovative voices with the world.


Tri314 Multidisciplinary Visual Performances (d.b.a. TRIBE) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts and education corporation and under Internal Revenue Service regulations it qualifies as tax-exempt. Any contributions made on behalf of TRIBE are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

As a platform that serves, supports, shelters, and cultivates an Afro-futuristic performance art landscape, TRIBE’s artworks humanizes Black and Brown bodies and shares the colorfulness within blackness that allows us to be multiplicious. TRIBE’s creative process allows for each artist to express themselves while in service to the vision of the art work.



Additional TRIBE commissioning, development and core operating support is provided by the Mellon Foundation; Arison Arts Foundation; the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation; The Howard Gilman Foundation; Dance/NYC’s Dance Advancement Fund, made possible by the Howard Gilman Foundation and Ford Foundation; The Harkness Center for Dance; National Performance Network (NPN) Creation, Development & Artist Engagement Fund Project. The Creation, Development & Artist Engagement Fund is supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts (a federal agency); New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.


Ohad Naharin (Honorary Co-Chair of 2021 Giving Campaign)
Loren Bailey
Alexander Kipka
Marcel Przymusinski
Zanthea Taylor
Jim & Deb Panozzo
Fallon Chen
Joycelyn Talor
Steven Fox
Catherine Gund
Banning Bouldin
Helga Davis
Adam Parker Goldberg
Etty & Miki Kenny
Michele McCoy
Ana Harmon
Alex & Yanti & Waya
Aya Morimoto
Zanthea Taylor
Risa Steinberg
Corey Davis
Natasha Chefer
Michelle Mathesius
Claudia Rankine
Joel Tompkins
Alexandra Wells

Kerry Clayton
Scott Stern
Kiko Angelovski
Alvaro Barrington
Colleen & Bill Barry
Mikhail Baryshnikov
Lisa Bing
Elizabeth Boone
Connie Boykan
Armando Braswell
Nigel Campbell
Richard Daniels
Molissa Fenley
Tali Fox
Penny Frank
Tushrik Fredericks
Katie Friis
Danielle Gee
Lauren Gibbs
Margaret Gillis
Eira Glover
Mandy Gou
Daniela Hukkinen
Esther Kenny
Rebekah Lengel
Aaron Manuel
Sara Masterson

Joseph Medeiros
Kristin Meyer
Amy Miller
Aya Morimoto
Yuval Moyal
Evelyn Musher
Laura Nicoll
Okwui Okpokwasili
Pam Panozzo
Adrien Peskine
Desmond Richardson
Heather Robles
Rivka Saker
Michael Scibor
Avinoam Silverman
Rus, Lauren & Indigo Snelling
Esperanza Spalding
Eliezer Timolien
Rachael Uhlir
Charmaine Warren
Riley Watts
Kyle Weekes
Olivier Wevers


Touch of RED


A new duet of two men that takes place inside of a contemporary boxing/wrestling ring. Its research will deal with the allowance of black men to soften; the power in vulnerability; the meeting point of two individuals within a boxed space.

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BLACK HOLE – Trilogy And Triathlon

BLACK HOLE researches and shares an odyssey where three Black performers create a trinity of vigor, afrofuturism, and embrace. It is the third multidisciplinary live art work in Shamel Pitt’s “Black Series.”

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BLACK HOLE – Trilogy And Triathlon

McGuire Theater, Walker Art Center
Co-presented by Northrop

Minneapolis, MN

March 21-23, 2024
8 p.m.

BLACK HOLE – Trilogy And Triathlon

Institute of Contemporary Art / Boston

Boston, MA

February 9–10, 2024
8 p.m.



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