Tasha Dougé

Mixed-media Artist and Cultural Vigilante

Tasha Dougé is a Bronx-based, conceptual, mixed media artist, teaching artist, and cultural vigilante. Her work incites conversations around women, health advocacy, sexual education, societal "norms”, identity, and Black pride. As a proud Black woman of Haitian descent, it's very important and fundamental to Dougé’s practice to depict a more holistic description of Black identity and social contribution. The artist shares, “I use my art to exercise expression, enact empowerment and to serve as a bridge to connect and highlight those that are excluded and overlooked. My voice is the first tool within my art arsenal.”




Over Our Heads

Video Still, Rhode to Brown, 2020


October 8, 2016. New York, New York. Art in Odd Places. Tasha Dougé holds her flag, “Justice,” for a photograph as pedestrians pass


Digital Photograph

“This Land is OUR Land” aka Justice

Poem and artwork, Siobhan Francis, Tasha Dougé and Amneris Alvarado