Tori Munoz

Tori Munoz

Tori is a military brat who traveled to Baltimore to attend the Maryland Institute College of Art. She graduated in 2015 with a BFA in Art History, Theory & Criticism with concentrations in Curatorial Studies and Theatre. She was most recently the Performance Space Technician at MICA. She has spent countless hours in the tech booths of Baltimore Theatre Project, Everyman Theatre, and MICA’s performance spaces.
Cara Ober

Cara Ober

Cara Ober founded BmoreArt in 2007 in order to create more visibility and community within the arts in Baltimore. She is the founding editor and publisher of BmoreArt, an online and now print publication about arts and culture in Baltimore. Ober is a Baltimore-based artist, professor, curator, and writer. She currently teaches at MICA and Johns Hopkins University.
CJay Philip

CJay Philip

Award-winning Actress/Singer/Choreographer CJay Philip was in the Broadway productions of Big the Musical, Street Corner Symphony and Hairspray. CJay has toured as Lorrell in Dreamgirls and Paulette in Legally Blonde. CJay is also an accomplished songwriter and playwright with a sold out European run of her adaptation of Carmen. Since moving to Baltimore, CJay has directed productions at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and Centerstage where she is a regular...
Ernest Shaw

Ernest Shaw

Ernest Shaw was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a product of the Baltimore City Public School System. Mr. Shaw earned a high school diploma from the Baltimore School for the Arts, a B.A. degree from Morgan State University, and an M.F.A. from Howard University. It is at these institutions that the artist began to develop the skills and techniques necessary to articulate the Black Experience through visual representation.

FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture

FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture

FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture is a creative activist collaboration to upset the culture of rape and promote a culture of consent. FORCE believes that a more difficult and honest conversation needs to happen in America to face the realities of sexual violence, and they envision a world where sex is empowering and pleasurable rather than coercive and violent. To promote this needed conversation, FORCE creates art actions to generate media attention and get millions...
Jazzy Studios

Jazzy Studios

JazzyStudios, owned by photography duo Jeff and Aisha Butler, started as a result of Jeff Butler’s love of fashion and photography. The studio has grown to include a family of associate photographers, makeup artists, hairstylists, designers, wardrobe stylists, models, and more. The studio’s atmosphere has developed a great reputation which has led to JazzyStudios’ growing list of clientele which has expanded to include connections all over the United States and...
Jeffrey L. Gangwisch

Jeffrey L. Gangwisch

Jeffrey L. Gangwisch works with the interaction of digital and physical media focusing on the human figure, often collaborating with various cinema and performance groups for video installation, cinematic exhibition, and new media distribution. With a professional background in film and video production, their most recent work experiments with 3D scanning/printing, augmented & virtual realities, and networked cinematics.
Kyeong-Soo Kim

Kyeong-Soo Kim

Artist Statement– I’m interested in exploring the relationship between what nature shows us and what my mind’s eye wants. Between what is seen and what is imagined. Sometimes my perception or reading of references seem to take precedence; and at other times, nature proves to be a wondrous source of inspiration and I approach my subjects naturalistically. Just to get how things look – to me. Plain and bare. By nature, I do not just mean the beauty of the wild...
Megan Lewis

Megan Lewis

Megan Lewis is a professional illustrator. Utilizing various mediums, She aims to create works of art that focus upon stories that reflect a critical view of social, historical and cultural issues. Lewis is a freelance artist living in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, and has recently taken on the role as muralist, her latest mural “Lady Liberty Please Know Thy Self” made national news with singer Alicia keys on A&E Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress...
Nylon Films

Nylon Films

Artist Statement– I was drawn to the world of documentary filmmaking because I wanted to explore ideas and to tell stories. I wanted to give voice to the unheard. I wanted the challenge the status quo. I wanted the world to be a more fair place. I share the director Saul Zaentz’s conviction that film has the power to change our way of seeing the world and often work with societies’ most vulnerable – failed asylum seekers, families of women murdered by ex-partners,...

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