Alabama Song is an experiment with the traditional production, exhibition, and distribution of art guided by a belief that culture should be free to all. Working in collaboration with artists, writers, musicians, and curators, Alabama Song works to create a gender safe space for artists of color to bring difficult works of art to the attention of a wider audience. Work is presented in an intimate arts space located in a home in the historic Third Ward district. Their programming features exhibitions, performances, readings, workshops, screenings, and is collectively programmed by the community. Alabama Song blurs distinctions between the art space, the work of art, and the art collective and seeks to explore the roles and functions that each of those categories holds.