Our focus is on facilitating the growth of our community by hosting international, national and regional artists for short-term residencies at 309. We hope to amplify the impact of non-commercial art in our community and to foster growth in the creative DIY economy of the South supporting experimentation, and actively creating opportunities for established and emerging artists from around the world.
AIRS will have full 24-hour access to a live/workspace on the first floor and access to the archive for research purposes.
AIRS will have full 24-hour access to a live/workspace on the first floor and access to the archive for research purposes.
309 AIRS: Jennie Andrews & Crystal Tremer (2/1/24-2/29/24)
Jennie Andrews and Crystal Tremer are self taught metalsmiths, multidisciplinary artists, and each have lived at 309. These long time pals are coming back together from Oakland and Mobile, and are excited to have a non stop craft and slumber party through February in their old bedroom. They plan to build a sculptural installation using their combined skills in metal work in addition to hosting a small market showcasing their hand fabricated jewelry alongside a handful of local DIY makers who also have a connection to the house.
The community is invited to come hang out and even lend a hand while they work throughout the month, folks are especially encouraged to assist in constructing a physical representation of connection by adding personal touches to a metal tapestry that will be donated to the archive.
In addition to open studio time to assist through Feb, there will be a station set up at the market for anyone who'd like to leave their mark on metal for the project (which will be later be assembled and displayed during the exhibition.
Jewelry and artwork will also be available for in person viewing/purchase all month by appointment.
Contact Crystal or Jennie via Instagram to come hang, hammer on some metal, or schedule a time to peruse their jewelry pre-market!
Market date: 2/25
309 AIR: Eniko ujj (1/3/24-1/31/24)
Eniko Ujj is a multimedia artist and curator, originally from Pecs, Hungary, and currently calling Pensacola, Florida her home. Having embarked on her artistic journey, Eniko completed a BFA in oil painting at the University of West Florida before furthering her artistic exploration in Chicago and Denmark. Today, as a dedicated full-time artist, she engages in an array of artistic pursuits, ranging from mural painting and sign lettering to cultivating a unique pit-fire-based ceramics practice. Notably, she extends her passion for art into the community by leading public, educational pit fires in rural areas of the American South and curating local pop-up exhibitions for fellow artists in her community. Her portfolio includes abstract conceptual and sculptural works, installations, and video art. In her thematic exploration, Eniko delves into pressing environmental issues, seeks common ground to foster interconnectivity, and engages with themes of identity, culture, heritage, and gender.
During her residency at 309, Eniko will leverage the time to deepen her expertise in oil painting, presenting an exciting opportunity for artistic growth. She plans to enliven the residency space with several public art installations and intends to conclude her residency with a closing reception featuring an artist talk. Throughout the residency month, Eniko invites the community into her creative process with open studio times, encouraging visitors to share their stories and collaborate on artistic endeavors.
Community and collaboration will be a continual thread throughout her residency. She envisions a Hungarian heritage potluck night, where she will prepare and share authentic Hungarian dishes with the public, encouraging others to contribute foods with personal significance. The closing reception promises a captivating performance involving several collaborators, weaving together diverse artistic voices in a celebration of shared creativity.
309 AIR: Eli Lehrhoff (12/1/23-12/31/23)
Eli Lehrhoff is a sound collagist and performance artist roving around the New York tristate area. Under his Smhoak Mosheein project, he trawls the gutters of culture to create constantly shifting sound pieces, including the interview series Ruin Music. He spent the last twelve years organizing the annual marathon Smhoakstock festival, bringing together hundreds of artists to create over 400 hours of new work in a purely diy environment while testing his own limits.
During his residency, Lehrhoff will be gathering source sound for a piece built from field recordings and sonic detritus of his time spent at 309, its archives, the people in its orbit, collaborative improvisation, and whatever other audio gets caught up in the process.
Photo by Edwina Hay
309 AIR: Panhandle Slim (11/1/23-11/31/23)
Raised in Pensacola, Florida, Panhandle Sim has an eclectic background as a professional skater, musician, and now a working artist. His paintings are collected by presidents and museums, along with common everyday folk. Panhandle Slim lives with his family in Savannah, Georgia.
We are beyond excited to be working with Scott Stanton, also known widely as Panhandle Slim.
309 co-founders @scott_satterwhite @valleyadeline and @professorbear have worked diligently to bring a limited edition book of his paintings into the world, and they will be for sale during the upcoming Night on the Tracks event! So save the date!
309 AIR: CORI BUSH (10/1/23-10/31/23)
Cori Bush is an illustrative designer and musician. This work responds to the world through a lens of transness in light of being a recent cancer survivor. This leads to themes of growth, choice, and creating a life by and for one's own terms. Their music does not follow a strict sound or style because life is the same. It sounds like their circumstances - aggravated, complicated, washy. Their artwork seeks to create a world for emotions to exist in and become a new home for them.
During their time at 309 they want to create an illustrative installation throughout the entire living room of the house. This will invite the community to come exist in their world for a night, and use the art as the context for a live show to take place. This past few weeks they have been recording an EP with Ryan of Mid Evil Times. These songs attempt to close the door on the last two years of their medical journey, and open a new one of transition. Art and music is a choice that they are now making for themselves, and this residency is a beyond-appreciated opportunity to launch new projects.
309 AIR: Cookies and cake (8/1/23-9/1/23)
Cookies and Cake was created in 2013 as a response to Pensacola’s music scene lacking in raunchy, riot grrl rap. While it was fun playing with the fellas, they longed to have other femmes to play shows with, thus the idea of Lady Fest Pensacola was formed. Since then, It has been a pleasure watching the scene evolve to be more diverse and welcoming.
To celebrate their 10-year music-versary and the 10th year of Lady Fest, Cookies and Cake have a variety of activities planned, a including craft nights to make decor for LadyFest, a T-shirt tie dye party where you can buy a commemorative LadyFest t-shirt and jazz it up, a pot luck night, and a John Waters movie night where you’ll get to vote on which movie to watch.
The final night, Aug 31st, will be the first night of Lady Fest 10. The night will open with burlesque by Sweet Lady Sleaze and The Moon Jewel Review. Followed by musical acts Boxcutter, Marigold’s Apprentice, Ego Death, and Cookies and Cake (duh), plus local organizations will be tabling.
All money raised at the door will be donated to the 309 Punk Project.
309 air: wm johnson (6/1/23-6/21/23)
WM Johnson is a photographer/darkroom printer and musician living in the historic Highland Park neighborhood of Chattanooga, TN.
In my practice I seek to photograph and print my surrounding, in my music I seek to create a sonic version of the same landscape. Being diagnosed with epilepsy at an early age has afforded me the opportunity to view Chattanooga in a unique way, often missed by those whose primary source of transportation is a vehicle. It is my thought that the camera is less an artform than the thoughts conjured by the broken mind of epilepsy, it imparts less opinion and personal aesthetic on the memory than the mind alone, and in a way the things the camera creates are less a piece of art and more a fact made into art.
The last few years I have worked with Jarin Blaschke, New West Records, Rolling Stone, Obvious Dad, many bands and individuals. I have had solo shows at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta and NYC. I have recorded five records since 2021 and I am currently working on my next two.
My goal in Pensacola for my residency is to continue in the same manner, existing with a camera as a constant. The perpetually shifting landscape and/or perception of the landscape yields images of instant importance and mundane image and often the mundane will become the most important of all, as it is often left undocumented and forgotten to time. I hope to capture a small piece of time in Pensacola, a place I hold dear.
309 Airs: Jimbo Easter and Jenny Price (5/15/23-5/22/23)
The tale of Jimbo Easter and Jenny Price dates back some 18 years. They are two artists in their own right that have taken the stage in many forms exploring transgressive theatre, dance absurdism, trance acting, and butoh vibrations while also fronting many fringe musical acts, including Danjee Flesh Nation, Diamond Hens, Mondo Sensorium, Piranhas, Odd Clouds, Moon Hairy, Living Furniture, and most recently, Druid Perfume. Their artistic vision is deeply rooted in the Avante Garde.
While at 309, the artists will be drawing in preparation for a free drawing giveaway, and a performance on Friday 5/19. The opening set will be Jimbo Easter followed by Jenny Price.
309 AIR: Felicia E. Gail (5/1/23-5/14/23) & (5/22/23-5/30/23)
Felicia E. Gail is an Interdisciplinary Artist from Milton, Florida. Her practice takes up writing, photography, installation, performance, archives, teaching, and curation. She investigates the intersections between memorialized events and place, often reframing ideas of residencies as artistic practice incorporating elements of lived materials, transportation, and feminism through a Southern Gothic-Imagist lens. Felicia’s evolving projects are Close Your Eyes Investigations of Space, 2009 - present, and Travel Back to Blue, 2011 - present, an ongoing collection of written and ephemeral works that took new shape in 2016 during a semi-solo motorcycle journey from the Pacific Northwest of Canada to West Texas, USA. Her work has been shown and read in the United States and Canada at spaces like the Minneapolis College of Art & Design in 2009, MPLS Photo Center in 2010, 221A Artist Run Centre, and the Vancouver Art Gallery in 2014, Gallery 295 in 2015, Wil Aballe Art Projects - Responses: An Anthology of Exhibition Texts in 2018 in Vancouver as well as TAG UWF in 2017 in Pensacola, and most recently in Zebulon, GA for the SlowExposures photography festival in 2022 with Noelle McCleaf with an adjoined artists’ zine, Reverberations. Moving in and out of Florida over the years, she has continued her relationship to Pensacola and its past and present inhabitants. She was guest writer and reader in Beyond These Words Writing Series with Jamey Jones, Mike Racine, Philip Good, and Bernadette Mayer in the early 2000s, and Writing off the Walls with Barbara Henning and Lewis Warsh in 2016. Gail published photographs and her writing in Hurricane Review in 2017, 2020, 2023, and the Mundane Egg in 2001, and 2020. Felicia was Curator of Exhibitions for the Pensacola Museum Of Art, University of West Florida Historic Trust in Pensacola, Florida from 2017 - 2019 where she had a chance to curate Hustle: Museum of Spectacle with Matty Jankowski, Jimbo Easter, Jennifer Price, and Julia Gorton along with works from the Ringling Collection and a cast of people, events and contributions by Pensacola artists, writers, and designers. She has collaborated with a sea of incredible Pensacola-tied folks over the years such as Valerie George, Carrie Fonder, Sean Linezo, Christopher Satterwhite, Robin Blyn, and Pat Rowe, just to name a few. Felicia currently lives in Atlanta, GA with her fella, Scott, and her pup, Dolly. She works as an independent artist, writer, and curator and in collections stewardship.
During her residency at 309, Felicia would like to walk free with her old and new friends as a form of acknowledgement, and in regard for the complexities of memory, and the changes of space and time. She requests your participation in the spirit of friendship inspired by a past resident, Kent Stanton, who first introduced Felicia to 309 in the late 90s. Kent took walks with people, sang songs, recorded sounds, sat in pretty places, took road trips, wrote and drew quietly, and captured the details in images too. Felicia’s peripatetic practice involves free capturing, using the camera to capture in the same way writers use free writing to roam and warm up. Any camera will do. Any form of writing will do. These collaborations will be formulated into a reading and slide projection performance, alongside an exhibition of other site-specific works by Felicia E. Gail on Friday, May 12 and on June 3 in conjunction with June resident, WM Johnson.
Websites: feliciaegail.us ; travelbacktoblue.com
Instagram: feliciaegail ; travelbacktoblue
309 Air: Kim Darling (4/1/23-4/29/23)
Kim Darling is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, and an independent curator exploring the intersection of social practice, painting, sculpture, place making and performance. Exploring ideas such as gender, self-governance and inter-species justice through the lens of public engagement comprises much of her work. Kims early years in punk culture has embodied her aesthetic, parenting, and time as a gallerist. She is the recipient of numerous artist residencies and grant awards, among them the National Endowment for the Arts. Darling’s work has been exhibited in national and international solo and group exhibitions at the Joslyn Art Museum, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, USF Contemporary Art Museum, and Bond Street Print Shop, to name a few. She raised 3 brilliant humans and now travels with her adorable dachshund, Mr. Lady.
During her time at 309 she will be painting, building, and playing with animated iconographs of her work, exploring projection possibilities, and creating a companion sound piece. Kim will be installing public art and hosting an opening. She encourages anyone to schedule a studio visit and swap stories, especially wildlife stories.
309 AIR: Roscoe hall (2/28/23-3/5/23)
Roscoe Hall is a painter living and working in Birmingham, Alabama. He has been a working chef simultaneously while practicing his craft for nearly 27 years. He received his B.F.A. in photography from the University of San Diego and his M.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Hall’s works have been exhibited at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, Savannah, GA; Graeter Art Gallery, Portland, OR; Lowe Mill Gallery, Huntsville, AL, Scott Miller Projects, Birmingham, AL, James Baron Art Gallery; Kent, CT and the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, Birmingham, AL.
309 AIR: Dev Murphy & Cindy Crabb (2/1/23-2/12/23)
Dev Murphy is a writer, illustrator, perfumer, and editor. She is the author of I'm not I'm not I'm not a baby (Ethel Press 2023), a collection of prose poems, abstract comics, and short essays about God, tiny animals, and loneliness. Her writing and illustrations have been featured in Diagram, The Cincinnati Review, ANMLY, The Guardian, and elsewhere. Dev holds an MA in English Literature from Ohio University as well as a BA in English from The University of Akron. A Northeast Ohio native, she now lives in Pittsburgh, where she works as a writer and editor for wikiHow.
During her residency at 309 she will be working on a book of abstract comics.
Cindy Crabb is an author and therapist. She wrote the autobiographical feminist zine Doris from 1993-2018, often referred to as one of the most influential zines ever. It has been compiled into two books, Doris: An Anthology and The Encyclopedia of Doris. She edited the zines Support and Learning Good Consent which have been compiled into the book Learning Good Consent: On Healthy Relationships and Survivor Support (AK Press). Her writing has appeared in numerous books and zines including Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, When Language Runs Dry, The Riot Grrrl Collection, Girls Guide to Taking Over the World: Writings From the Girl Zine Revolution, and Cometbus.
She was a performer, playing in punk bands including Astrid Oto and Pensacola’s The Blank Fight. She will be completing a draft of her memoir Walking and Falling: from street riots to riot grrrl, a memoir of the 1990’s, while at the 309 residency.
309 AIR: JuLia Arredondo (12/10/22-1/30/23)
Julia Arredondo is an artist entrepreneur who recently concluded her MFA at Columbia College Chicago. Originally from Corpus Christi, TX; Julia is heavily influenced by the small, family-based businesses she grew up around. Formally trained in printmaking and specializing in artistic forms of independent publishing, Julia founded Vice Versa Press and Curandera Press as her entrepreneurial debuts. Having launched QTVC Live!, a DIY home shopping channel, in January 2020 - Julia is now collaborating with moCa Cleveland on six brand new episodes. Will there be a Pensacola series of QTVC Live! episodes? Stay tuned.
309 AIR: Anastasia Leech (11/1/22-12/4/22)
Anastasia Moray Leech is an artist born and bred in Pensacola, Florida. Her mother is from Hong Kong, and her father is from Texas. Growing up in Pensacola informs her experiences of otherness and the search for connection in her art practice. Her work probes ideas of hyperstimulation and hyper-reality while navigating the evolution of popular culture. She enjoys playing with the themes of camp, hedonism, and sensuality. Working in video, sculpture, and multimedia installation, Anastasia aims to create an ethereal relationship between physical and digital modes of connection.
During the month of November, Anastasia will create an installation inside her studio room at 309, exploring how media and technology evolve natural experiences and augment personal desires. She will hold open studio hours throughout the month for conversations and collaborative work. Anastasia will cook food for those who attend and encourages people to come with their journals or sketchbooks. Meal specifics will be published via an Instagram story on the Open Studio day. Each Open Studio will have an Instagram live portion where anyone can tune in on the conversations and activities. Closing her stay on December 3, Anastasia will host a Community Meal open to the public for her Closing Reception, where the completed installation will be on display.
NOV 8 Open Studio 6-9pm
NOV 19 Open Studio 12-3pm
NOV 22 Open Studio 6-9pm
DEC 3 Closing Exhibition and Community Dinner
309 AIR: Cristy C. Road (10/15/22-10/31/22)
Cristy C. Road is a Cuban-American artist, writer and musician who’s been supplying creativity for punk rock, publishing, & social justice movements since she was a teenager in Miami, circa1997. Road self-published Green’zine for ten years, and has since released three illustrated novels which tackle gender, sexuality, mental health and cultural identity (with a tinge of bathroom humor): “Indestructible” (2005), “Bad Habits” (2008), “Spit and Passion” (2013), and her current project, The Next World Tarot, a traditionally illustrated Tarot depicting queer resilience and revolution. C.Road’s work has been featured in the Baby Remember My Name: New Queer Girl Writing Anthology, Live Through This Anthology, Maximumrocknroll, New York Magazine, The Advocate, The New York Times, and countless other publications. As a musician, Road fronted The Homewreckers for eight years, and currently fronts pop-punk group, Choked Up. She is a Gemini and is working on a dystopian romance in Brooklyn, NY.
309 AIR: Tiana Hux & malevitus (10/1/22-10/8/22)
Tiana Hux is a performance artist and arts educator from New Orleans, LA. Hux performs as both the lead singer of her band Malevitus, as well as MC Sweet Tea.
On Friday, October 7th, guests are invited to the 309 Punk Project at 7pm for an immersive experience and installation by New Orleans based performance artist, Tiana Hux, with her band Malevitus. The art rock outfit will release a new single and music video that day to coincide with the event and honor their recently departed drummer, Carlo Nuccio.
As the sun sets, guests are visually beckoned to seek shelter at the punk house, just as train hoppers and young creators have been historically. Players are invited to peek in and explore the home as theatre, the rooms as stages and teams as family. With the direction of maps and cards, the audience make their way through the metaphorical maze to the tunes of Malevitus. While the band plays a second set, players are invited to move about the space freestyle.
FUNHOUSE will incorporate ideas and songs inspired by the archive that Tiana created last September, post Hurricane Ida, as the inaugural Artist in Residence at the 309. The show will feature her poster art, video art by 309 Curator Valerie George and sculptures by Malevitus bassist Marcus Bronson.
Tiana Hux -vocals and percussion
Marcus Bronson -bass and keys
Rob Cambre -guitar and effects
Jeff Massey -drums
309 AIR: Julia Gorton (9/1/22-9/15-22)
Julia Gorton is well known for her photos of New York’s No Wave scene, 1976-1980, capturing a fleeting time with a unique style that includes photos of Debbie Harry, Patti Smith, Tom Verlaine, David Byrne, Lydia Lunch, Iggy Pop, James Chance, Richard Hell, Anya Phillips, and many others. She is also a practicing fashion designer, zine creator, and visual artist.
From September 4th-10th, Julia Gorton will turn 309 into an Open Portrait Studio. Each portrait will be printed though out the sessions and added to the gallery wall alongside personal work. Please join us to have your portrait taken by Julia.
309 AIR: Poppy garcia (8/1/22-8/30/22)
Poppy Garcia (they/them) is a Queer Mexican American artist and curator from the Gulf Coast of Florida, where they currently live and work. Poppy has been exhibiting work for over ten years participating in group and solo shows in the South and curating group shows in Pensacola, Florida. They regularly host artist's workshops in various locations throughout the city. Poppy is a self-taught multidisciplinary visual artist whose work depicts an air of unapologetic sincerity. Poppy is directly influenced by their surroundings, using a pallet reminiscent of a classic Florida sunset and visual elements inspired by gaudy signage adorning buildings lining the beaches of the Gulf Coast. Poppy's work examines the less than savory unexplored aspects of the down south Florida lifestyle in paintings, murals, and sculptures reminiscent of airbrushed T-shirts, vacation tattoos, and DIY show flyers.
While participating in the 309 Artist in Residence Program, Poppy will share their current project, titled "Artist Resides." It is a three-part series of performances exploring the idea of "The Artist" as a separate entity
from the individual, thus contextualizing the work made during the residency as ephemera rather than a predetermined body of work. This concept seeks to challenge the status quo by exploring the importance of the context of artwork regarding the artist and the environment. Poppy's new work asks questions like, "What aspects of creation are affected by the artist's surroundings? What relevance does an artist have once the artwork is made or is an artist's relevance measured by the context of the character people attach to the work once it's finished.
"I feel that artists are a product of their artwork, not the other way around. Our work shapes us, and I want to give an audience a front-row seat to see what my art can make of me." ~ Poppy Garcia
309 AIRS: Beth & Tim Kerr (7/8/22-7/31/22)
Beth Kerr was born in Texas and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Texas in Theatre (Scene Design) and then to Texas Woman’s University to earn a Masters in Library Science. She came back to Austin and worked at the UT Austin libraries for 40 years. For the last 13 years, she served as the Theatre and Dance Librarian. She has been retired for three years and spends most of her time collaborating with Tim on various projects and murals in Texas, Nashville, New York, Montgomery, Spain, Australia, and Japan.
Tim Kerr is an American musician, visual artist and photographer. He moved to Austin after high school graduation where still resides with his wife Beth. He earned a degree in painting and photography at the University of Texas in Austin and studied the latter with Garry Winogrand.
Kerr became involved musically and artistically with the early stages of the DIY punk/hardcore/self expression movement. The Big Boys, Poison 13, Bad Mutha Goose, Lord High Fixers and Monkeywrench are just some of the bands Tim helped to found. He has shared bills with the likes of Grace Jones, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Fugazi, Black Flag, Africa Bambaataa, and X to name a few. He is a long time friend of many 309'ers and he recorded THREE WAY TIE FOR A FIFTH by This Bike is a Pipe Bomb.
Tim's Instagram: @movetk
Beth's Instagram: @broilerk
309 AIR: Skott Cowgill (6/2/1/22-7/2/22)
Please join us in welcoming home Skott Cowgill! We owe the formative history of 309’s Punk beginnings to this awesome human who lived in the front room of 309 in the 90’s. He comes home to the very same room as our AIR for the month of June.
Skott Cowgill is a musician, zine author, and visual artist. He began oil painting in Pensacola, Florida at @309punkproject many moons ago. He relocated to San Francisco, California, where he has shown extensively and has collaborated with Andrew Schoultz, Tommy Guerrero, and Mark Gonzalez, to name a few. His oil painting style is primarily wet on wet, and subjects range from images of human isolation to desolate landscapes where one might clear their head.
He is a Grafitti artist and has covered San Francisco in stencils of sunken boats and handmade stickers. In the acclaimed documentary "Beautiful Losers," his garage door size painting (literally a garage door) is showcased. Skott has always been involved in the music scene, played in bands like Woodenhorse in Pensacola, and has since created album covers for bands such as Nothington and Dave Dondero. These days, he seldom leaves his Oakland studio and cranks out work almost daily.
309 AIR: Surrounder (5/1/22- 5/31/22)
Surrounder is Carrie Leigh Rogers, Ty Cummings, and Elise Moeller -- the only three people you'll ever meet who can type up a band bio at 83 words-per-minute, crowded around a single computer, each using only one finger. They've been playing shows in the southeast in one form or another for over 100 years (give or take 94 years).
Surrounder plays punk-inspired indie rock with an eye towards realness, intensity, and genre-bending. They've played DIY houses, event halls, fests, and regular ol' bars across the country, amassing an army (give or take a few thousand) of friends and fans. Southern-raised, political and nerdy, and too self-conscious to write a compelling bio -- Surrounder is just a band, actually. A band that's very excited to spend a month making music and experimenting with communal art at 309.
309 AIR: Mike Brodie (3/1/22-4/30/22)
Mike Brodie is a former resident of 309 working under the moniker 'The Polaroid Kid."Brodie spent years circumambulating the United States, amassing an archive of photographs that make up one of the few, true collections of American travel photography. Brodie compulsively documented his exploration of the tumultuous world of transient subcultures. In 2008, Brodie received the Baum Award for American Emerging Artists. Brodie took several years off from practicing photography and pursued his other love as a diesel mechanic. Now he is back to his practice and after having mounted a Solo Show in Sacramento, CA in 2019, and is making new work that he is ready to share with those who inspired him to document his life, in his home of Pensacola, FL.
309 AIR: Mallory Luana (12/1/21-2/24/22)
Mallory Luana is a Haitian American Black indie artist and designer who has been illustrating since 2009. They are a huge advocate for black empowerment, sex positivity and liberation, body positivity, black lives, transgender lives, and all other marginalized groups. Mallory is an activist, voodooist, educator, mentor, pet care professional, and major social justice force in the Panhandle. Mallory primarily works in watercolor, ink, and gouache; however enjoys branching out and creating other art through unfamiliar mediums.
309 air: tiana Hux (9/1/21-9/30/21)
Tiana Hux is a performance artist and arts educator from New Orleans, LA. Hux performs as both the lead singer of her band Malevitus, as well as MC Sweet Tea.
While in residence at 309, Hux will compose new songs for an upcoming album with Malevitus, and work toward a new performance project to be shared with an audience at 309, in October 2022.
SPOTIFY: Tiana Hux
APPLE MUSIC: Tana Hux
309 permanent RESIDENT ARTISTS
The 309 Punk Project offers two upstairs rooms to the local community for fair, all-inclusive, rent with a renewable yearly lease.
Sean Linezo is an experimental producer, filmmaker, artist and archivist. His most recent work is an on-going project called AnArchive, a collection of stories and a series of films featuring the Pensacola punk community from the 1980's to today. His work has been featured in exhibitions nationally and internationally including New York City, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. He is a co-founder of the 309 Punk Project and is 309 Resident Artist.
Barrett Williamson is a Pensacola musician and recording artist. He has been in Zerox 82, Apostate, The Hazards, and is currently the guitarist for Rezolve. He is a long-standing resident of 309, living there for the past several years. Barrett has returned as a 309 Resident Artist.