Composer and musician Ruby Fulton uses experimental music to investigate popular culture, political issues, and altered mental states. As Co-Artistic Director of Rhymes With Opera, Fulton has created and performed experimental vocal and chamber opera works in Baltimore and New York City. She performs on violin, horns and keys.
Malaika Aminata Clements is a freelance life experiencer whose ultimate purpose is to promote self-acceptance and understanding through creative expression. In 2013 she graduated from Morgan State University with a degree in Print Journalism, and had since worked on a number of different projects that use the mediums of writing, videography, photography, music, dance, and[…]
Curator Chris Griffin has been part of the alt. performance scene in the DMV for the past 15+ years. He was co-founder of DC’s notorious pervpunk theatre company, Cherry Red Productions. He also founded Hope Operas, DC’s serialized theatre festival. His new company, The Round World, combines theatre, burlesque, sideshow and circus to create exciting[…]
Margaret Rorison is a curator and filmmaker from Baltimore, Maryland. She works with language, sound and imagery to create installations, films and live 16mm projections. Rorison’s work has been screened at venues and festivals including, Anthology Film Archives, Ann Arbor Film Festival, CROSSROADS, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Images Festival, The Maryland Film Festival, Mono No[…]
Nonuments is a long term research project by MoTA (Museum of Transitory Art), Lubjana, Slovenia, that addresses hidden monuments and spaces that carry symbolic value in physical, mental and virtual landscapes. The purpose of its artistic productions and research is to define of the role of monuments today, especially the ways in which societies mark[…]
LabBodies is a performance art laboratory based in Baltimore Maryland that provides a format for artists working in the arena of performance art to exhibit their work, with the primary values of collaboration, experimentation, and interaction, LabBodies developed three programming categories: Lab Nights, Pop Labs, and Lab Commissions. Lab Nights are platforms for performance artists[…]
Isa Leal holds a B.A. in Theatre and Dance From James Madison University (2006). After graduation she worked for years in collaboration with Zen Monkey Project and Stephen Nachmanovich, to develop scores for music/movement improvisation in the architecture of a cooperative art gallery of which she was a resident member, McGuffey Art Center. Shortly there[…]
April Danielle Lewis earned a B.S. in Art + Design with a concentration in printmaking from Towson University in 2009. She is an artist, curator, educator, living and working in Baltimore, Md.