Indira Allegra is an artist and founder of Indira Allegra Studio—a performative craft design studio using weaving as a ritual, conceptual framework to craft living structures off the loom and in the world. Allegra’s work has been featured in ARTFORUM, The Art Newspaper, Art Journal, BOMB Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle and KQED, as well as highlighted in exhibitions at the Museum of Arts and Design, Center for Craft Creativity and Design, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, and Museum of the African Diaspora, among others.

Allegra’s writing has been featured in Theater, TEXTILE: Cloth and Culture, American Craft Magazine, Manual: A Journal About Art & Its Making, Cream City Review, and Foglifter Journal among others. They have been the recipient of numerous awards including Creative Capital, United States Artists Fellowship, Burke Prize, Gerbode Choreographer Award, Art Matters Fellowship, Mike Kelley Artist Project Grant and Lambda Literary Fellowship.