Session provides artists a 1,200-square-foot workspace in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, and six to eight weeks to develop a new inquiry-based project meant to push the boundaries of their practice. They will receive an artist fee, project expenses, technical support, and mentorship collectively valued at $20,000. Throughout the session, we will facilitate public interactions with the Recess community, which includes system-impacted young artists in the Assembly program, as well as connections among intentional communities as identified by each artist. Our hope is that these engagements provide an opportunity for mutually beneficial exchanges that not only refine the artists’ thinking but challenge dominant social narratives and activate new forms of art-making.