A platform for cultural productions presented by Eva Mayhabal Davis in collaboration with exhibition spaces and publications. Facilitating interconnected conversations with empathy and intention, centering visibility, and nurturing creativity amongst artists and audiences.   

Eva Mayhabal (b. Toluca, Mexico) is a cultural advocate and curator, collaborating with artists and creatives in the production of exhibitions, texts, and events. She is a co-director at Transmitter, a collaborative curatorial initiative in Brooklyn, NY, and in 2021 she was the co-curator of ‘Bronx Calling: The Bronx 5th Biennial’ at The Bronx Museum of Arts. Her writing has been featured in exhibition catalogs and various art publications. 

Her work in advocacy and equity is rooted in Indigenous and diasporic dialogues. At this time invested as Director of Community Programs and Engagement for UnLocal, Inc. She’s been a fellow of the Art & Law Program (2018), The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures Leadership Advocacy (2019), New York Foundation of the Arts Leadership Boot Camp (2019), and the Artistic Freedom Initiative Art & Cultural Heritage Law Certificate Program (2020). She is a founding member of El Salón, a creative meetup based on a soulful potluck. 

She is a guest working from the occupied territory of Lenapehoking (New York City).