Julia "Kito" Kirtley is a multidisciplinary artist from Compton, California. She received her BA in Interior Design from Pratt Institute and is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
Her motif surrounds abstract renditions of urban architecture – something she refers to as “cityscapes." Recycling is also a part of her aesthetic and many of her works use found canvas, mirrors, fabrics and other m
“I remember that feeling I got catching lightning bugs in a jar when I was a kid. That’s the same feeling I get when taking pictures.”
The work of Joya-Angola-Thompson explores the relationship between the photographer, the public, the energy they emit and their immediate environments.
With influences as diverse as Gordon Parks, Roy DeCarava,
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In 2004, Brian Polite was plucked from NYC’s underground club scene to dance on stage by Adia Tamar Whitaker. This led to dancing under the direction of various choreographers, like Camille A. Brown and Nita Liem. He has facilitated dance workshops at Pratt Institute, Sarah Lawrence College, and Oberlin College; presented lecture-demonstrations on House Da
An Apollo Theater 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner and @entertainers155ruckerpark Dancer shares with us Robins's Call. Robin's Call is a visual expression of stressed being released through the style of "Getlow", which is an element within a style called "Flexn". White was going though the tine we're people felt as if they knew the weight he carried.
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Curator of the "Live A Little, Dance A Lot" party and producer of the film “House of Soul,” Eddie Sõl has been on the DJ scene for many years and is on fire with his journey. His highly successful international debut in Greece alongside house music legends Josh Milan, Louie Vega and Joe Clausell has his name as one of the hottest DJs currently on the scene.
Throughout his career, Eddie has
Contra Mestra Amazonas (Jana M. Burton) is a proud member of the World Karate Union, United Martial Artists Fellowship Hall of Famer, Women's Martial Arts Network and the Society of Black Belts of America. She was recently promoted to one of the highest ranking African American females in the United States during a belt promotion ceremony with participants from North & South America, Africa and