Step 1. Read the Jada Manifesto. If you haven’t read it yet, click here.
Step 2. Read the Jada Manuscript. The manuscript digital copy is below.
Step 3. Fill in the declaration form to become part of Jada and to ‘Join the Movement’!
How Digi-Romanticism, Metamodernism, & The Global Pandemic Set Art Free
In this crisis-ridden, COVID-19 era world, it has become imperative that artists embrace the mission to spark deeper conversations and wonderment with one another and their viewers through the designing of new grand narratives and the stark retelling of the plight of The Other. Metamodernism, a movement built of a longing for art to investigate the world around and within oneself, is a manifestation of digi-romantic psyches and tendencies in context of an art world left hungry for raw sincerity and emotional authenticity; Modernism and Post-Modernism no longer meet the appetite created by the challenges of the present day. Jada, a collective of resonant thinkers and makers, advances Metamodernism through a manifestation of its ethos in action.
“I acknowledge that I have read the Jada Manifesto and Manuscript.
I sign my name below.
I declare myself a member of the Jada Art Movement.”
(The form below is your electronic signature)
The official Jada Member Card, sent to you electronically
These are the Official Jada Art Movement Members and Their Jada Numbers:
0001. Jônatas (USA)
0002. Dana Blickensderfer (USA)
0003. Suzanne Khalil (USA)
0004. Jamie Moshe Straz (USA)
0005. Samuel Loetscher (USA)
0006. Yona Verwer (USA)
0007. Shirley Sztajnman (USA)
0008. Jacob Khalil (USA)
0009. Melina Khavari (IRAN)
0010. Sara Shira Cutler (LONDON)
0011. Jim Gigurtsis (USA)
0012. Rufina Gilkarov (USA)
0013. Ella Wigfall (USA)
0014. Ninon Lacoume (FRANCE)
0015. Nea Tandini (FRANCE)
0016. Aurelien Tranchet (FRANCE)
0017. [Your Name Will be Placed Here]