Jessica Hill

Jessica Hill (she/her) is an actor, improviser, and scholar. She is interested in applied theatre and improv as tools for examining our experiences and strategizing for more just futures. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Public…

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Juel D. Lane

Juel D. Lane one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch.” He has performed nationally and internationally with Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, and currently dances with Bessie Award winning Camille A. Brown & Dancers. He is the Executive Artistic Associate with the Black Acting Methods Studio.  In 2012, Lane…

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Alex Mari

Alex Mari is an interdisciplinary performance artist from Atlanta, Georgia. Mari explores the cramped spaces of social identity and liminality through performance, objects, installation, body art, video, writing, conceptual art and street intervention. She seeks societal reorganization through a QTBIPOC feminist lens in order to…

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Leo Briggs

Leo Briggs (she/they) is a dance artist based in Atlanta, Georgia. They graduated summa cum laude from the Dance & Movement Studies program at Emory University, with a secondary major in Chemistry. Leo's research documents the modern queer and trans liberation movement and connects it to a…

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Sierra King

Sierra King is a  multidisciplinary artist, archivist and curator living and working in Atlanta,GA.  Her practice of art and archiving act as a call and response to one another by utilizing her family collections of documents, ephemera and history to enter in conversations across the…

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T. Lang

T. Lang designs and leads interdisciplinary collaborations to demonstrate inventive new choreographic works. She considers the execution of 21st-century embodiment as an intellectual, artistic, and civic practice. Through reflection, research, and performance, T. Lang weighs how economic, social, and political forces have shaped how black…

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Amina S. McIntyre

Amina S. McIntyre is a Ph.D student in Religion, area Religion, Psychology and Culture, with minors in Womanist Ethnography and Homiletics and Liturgics at Vanderbilt University. McIntyre earned a BA in Anthropology at Colby College, MA in African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana…

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David Perdue

David Perdue is an Atlanta comedian who has appeared on Kevin Hart Presents: "Hart of the City" on Comedy Central, "Uproarious" on FuseTV, & Unprotected Sets on EPIX. David is also an actor appearing in "Love Is..." on OWN and "Bobcat Goldthwait"s Misfits and Monsters" on truTV.  He…

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Asad Farooqui

Asad Farooqui is a director, screenwriter, producer, and actor. He has directed multiple films and written various scripts about Pakistani and Muslim characters stuck in an America that refuses to accept them. Farooqui's feature script, BIN, was a Sundance Writer’s Lab finalist and a finalist for Best…

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John Edward Doyle Jr.

John Edward Doyle Jr. is a Storyteller, Actor and Teaching Artist. He is the founder of Arts Education Integration LLC, a company that integrates creative arts into the educational setting. Originally from Burnsville, Minnesota, John moved to Atlanta to attend Morehouse College. After receiving theater…

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