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Angelique Scott was born in Brooklyn, New York and has been working with clay for the past 8 years. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in Art Education and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Craft & Material Studies with a concentration in ceramics and fibers in 2018. Scott has shownRead More
Symone “the Artist” Audain is a self taught creative. At age seven her dad channeled her natural energy into replicating cereal boxes with a #2 pencil and paper from her g-ma’s (grandmother’s) dinning room table. Cereal boxes soon became fruit bowls, magazine pages or anything she could see outside the dinning room window that yelled “Challenge”.Read More
Raw Element Dance company has been performing for 10 years under the leadership of Tierra Poca Parham, a fiesty dancer and choreographer from Fort.Washington, Md. She saw the need for Building confidence and self-worth in her community and decided to use her talents to bring awareness and information to her community through dance. By DesigningRead More
Nastassja Swift is a visual artist holding a Bachelors degree of Fine Art from Virginia Commonwealth University with a major in Painting & Printmaking and a minor in Craft & Material Studies. She is the owner and artist of D for Dolls, an online collection of handmade needle felted figures. Outside of being a dollRead More
Brianna Pippens is a visual artist, vocalist, and dancer from Maryland, currently residing in Washington DC. She grew up performing and learning from various choral and dance instructors. She has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Apollo as well as President Barack Obama’s Inaugural prayer service. She became passionate about visual art in college andRead More
Yasmin Williams is an acoustic fingerstyle guitarist with an unorthodox, modern style of playing. Her music has been commonly described as refreshing, relaxing, and unique and has been called some of the most imaginative guitar music out today. She utilizes various techniques including alternate tunings, percussive hits, and lap tapping in her music to greatRead More
Afrobeat Fit is the movement of the diaspora and hosts inclusive mobile Sweat Sessions where music and movement derive from West Africa. Sweat Sessions vary from college takeovers, to conferences, corporate, and community sweats. Sweat Sessions come stocked with Sweat Coaches to guide the sweat, live DJ’s, photo booth fun, giveaways and lastly a sense ofRead More