OND is a non-profit cultural organization dedicated to preserving and sharing the work of Don and Moki Cherry and  maintaining the Tågarp Schoolhouse as an artistic and educational environment, while still being a family residence.


OND aims to make the archive and collections of Moki and Don Cherry accessible for invited artists and researchers or in partnership with international arts and music initiatives or institutions. It continues the traditions of creativity, pedagogy and collaboration of the ‘Tågarp Kulturförening’, a cultural association that operated at the schoolhouse during the 1970s and 80s.


The organization fulfills its purpose through projects and programming such as exhibitions, workshops, residencies by invitation, research, archiving and publications, and is run by the Cherry family.


Contact:  

info@mokicherry.com  


Board: 

Neneh Cherry - Chair

Naima Karlsson - Manager, Cashier

Tyson Mcvey - Secretary

Eagle-Eye Cherry – Board member 




Old/New Dreams is a registered organization with Skatteverket, Sweden.

Organization number: 802533-6150










Selected projects:


Forthcoming

Documentary film of the Cherry archive in collaboration with Ephraim Asili, Tågarp, Sweden/New York, USA.


2022

Don and Moki Cherry: Organic Music Societies, ARGOS, Brussels, Belgium. (Exhibition curated by Lawrence Kumpf and Naima Karlsson).


Exotic Sin and Gabriel Bristow (Phd student at UCL on the music of Don Cherry), music performance and talk ‘Don Cherry’s Ghost Sounds’, Cafe Oto, London, UK.


2021

Moki Cherry: Communicate How? Tapestries and Paintings 1967-1980, exhibition and publication, Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago, USA.


Organic Music Societies. One day concert at Gong tomorrow and exhibition in cooperation with ALICE cph and Blank Forms, Copenhagen, Denmark.


Organic Music Societies: Don and Moki Cherry, Blank Forms, Brooklyn, NY. (Exhibition curated by Lawrence Kumpf and Naima Karlsson)


Organic Music Societies, publication edited by Lawrence Kumpf, Naima Karlsson and Magnus Nygren. The result of a two year archiving project in partnership with Blank Forms and Old/New Dreams.