Black poets. Da Black Souf. African cinema. French New Wave.
Born and raised in rural Georgia, Ashunda is a Black feminist multidisciplinary artist with creative work that encompasses film, poetry, archiving and her own theoretical frameworks. She has written, directed and produced several short films, including her most recent multi award winning cinematic project, MINO: A Diasporic Myth; now streaming on kweliTV. A proud alumna of Paine College and Howard University, Ashunda holds fellowships from Cave Canem, the California Arts Council, Brooklyn Poets, Starshine & Clay and Haile Gerima's Liberated Territory MasterClass. She lives and works in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, CA