Sharece Anissa Phillips, dressed in black, holding an audio recorder, in front of a wall with graffiti on it

Sharece Anissa Phillips

Sharece Anissa Phillips is a Seattle-based designer and interdisciplinary artist whose inspiration comes from the dissection of narrative art and the interconnection of creativity and emotional wellness. Works including jewelry and other modes of wearable sculptures, djing, collage, and podcast/oral history- offering a meditation on identity, duality, and the relativity of perception.

Phillips is a 2018 Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts Pentaculum Artist, Boma Grant awardee, as well as a Jack Straw Cultural Center Artist Residency winner, and the 2019 recipient of the Stone And Strand Black Artist Grant. Phillips’ work has been widely exhibited in both national and international museums and galleries.

Artist Support Program 2022: We Are the Others, a podcast looking to preserve a culture of mixed cultures, one intimate story at a time.

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Announcing the 2022 ASP and Gallery Artists!

March 30, 2022

Jack Straw has awarded residencies in the 2022 Artist Support Program to 18 artists and artist teams spanning multiple disciplines and genres. Eight artists/teams were awarded 20 hours of recording and production time with an engineer in our studio. Ten additional artists/teams will receive matching awards. All artists are provided with training, events, and other […]

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