Benjamin Barson is a baritone saxophonist, award-winning composer, educator, and political activist. Barson’s compositions explore the historical Afro-diasporic, American Indigenous and Asian American roots of the jazz idiom.
Tatiana Isabel Gil is a Queer Latinx writer, dramaturg, and actor with a passion for new work development, art that moves people to take action, and decolonization as a form of healing and empowerment.
I am a second generation Canadian white queer performance artist, writer, and facilitator based in Tkaronto, Dish with One Spoon Territory a.k.a. Toronto, Canada. I work with concepts of service, labour, love, agency, immobility and decolonizing practice.
Abhi Shrestha is a Chicago based director, movement dramaturge, and educator originally from Kathmandu, Nepal. Working at the intersections of decolonization and queer brown narratives, they are the Literary Manager and Director of Public Programming for
Jax (they/them) is a queer, Latinx silo-breaker, facilitator, and lover of transformative organizational development. Their driving purpose is to harness the power of collective consciousness for radical social change.
Madeline Easley (pronouns: she/her) is a graduating senior at the University of Evansville pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Theatre Performance with a Minor in Creative Writing. She is a proud member of the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma.
Viviana Vargas, “Yura Sapi" (they/them), is an artist, activist, arts manager, educator, facilitator, and entrepreneur. After finishing two degrees in the performing arts and spending time in the “diversity and inclusion” field of the U.S.