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Paul Deo (he/him) is a Harlem-based multimedia scenic painter and muralist whose Black Indian Indigenous cultural lens informs his mural dreamscapes, which merge history, spirit and technology to create sacred art spaces for communal dialogue. He engages and inspires communities through his work, bridging familiar...

Dana Robinson is a multidisciplinary artist who combines, reproduces and deconstructs, vintage materials, found objects, and paint to address the topics of youth, black female identity, ownership and nostalgia. Robinson's work has been written about in NY Mag’s Vulture, VICE, and Ain’t Bad, to name...

Jeff Kasper (he/him) is a Queens-based interdisciplinary artist, writer, and educator, with a background in arts organizing and community engagement design. His creative work focuses on visual art and graphic design as social practice. He will take inspiration from the colorful style of the self-help and...

Glori J. Tuitt (she/her) is a Brooklyn-based painter and illustrator whose work focuses on the intersections of race, religion and pop culture concerning the cultivation of identity. Dedicated to centering Black trans bodies in the arts, she has collaborated with many social justice organizations in...

Helina Metaferia (she/her) is a Harlem- and Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist who uses collage, assemblage, video and performance to interrogate complex histories of institutionalized oppression. Metaferia will create wheat-pasted murals based as part of her By Way of Revolution series. This interdisciplinary series creates space for robust...