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Marcus Rogers is a visual artist, working in mixed media painting and collage. He is currently collaborating to design an art and mindfulness curriculum for a workshop series at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. His work has been featured in a number of group shows, local articles and social justice platforms throughout the Tampa Bay area of Florida.
Amy Fleming is an Adjunct Professor of Printmaking at Florida State University. She is the recipient of a grant from Puffin Foundation Ltd., and a Robert Rauschenberg/Barrier Island Group for the Arts award. She has been an associate artist at the Atlantic Center for the Arts residency program, Artist in Residence at 621 Gallery in Tallahassee and a Summer River Fellows Program resident artist at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. Her work is included in public and private collections, including the Jean and Alexander Heard Library at Vanderbilt University, and the Southern Graphics Council International permanent collection at Kennesaw State University.
Tommy Kha (b. 1988, Memphis, Tennessee) received his Photography MFA from Yale University. He is a Hopper Prize 2020 finalist, Artadia Award 2020 finalist, CR Magazine’s Photography Annual 2019 winner, a Hyères Photography Grand Prix 2019 finalist, an En Foco Photography Fellowship recipient, and a former artist-in-residence at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, Light Work, Fountainhead, and the Camera Club of New York. His work has been published in FOAM, Creative Review, Dazed, Interview, McSweeney’s, Hyperallergic, Vice, and Miranda July’s “We Think Alone,” and has collaborated with the Billboard Creative in Los Angeles, and exhibited at Launch F18 (NY), LMAKgallery (NY), PS122 Gallery (NY), Brooks Museum (TN), Leslie-Lohman Museum (NY), Blue Sky (Portland), Ogden Museum of Southern Art (LA), Teen Party (NY), Aperture (NY), Yongkang Lu Art (Shanghai), Hyères Festival (France), and Kunstverein Wolfsburg (Germany). His work was the cover of Vice Magazine’s 2017 Photography Issue. His first solo show occurred at Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, Oregon, which was followed by his New York solo debut at the Camera Club of New York in May 2019. He likes to think he takes after his great aunt, who “read too many books and went crazy.” He currently lives and works between New York City and Memphis.
Devin Jackson Randall is a playwright, producer, and performer based in Philadelphia. His childhood love of gay media, fantasy, and theatre have led to an adulthood of sharing queer and black speculative fiction any way he can. Devin has self-produced several works such as a 2018 production of Lionel Questions the Universe; several readings; performing a one-man show in Philly’s SoLow Fest 2018; a Philly Fringe Festival 2019 production of Whine & Waffles; and his “Salon” series (in which he provides spaces for Philly writers to network and share their works). In addition to his own work, Devin is a member of Philadelphia’s The Foundry, has worked with the New Freedom Theater, and thrived as an intern with PlayPenn’s 2017 Summer Conference. You can follow him on Twitter & Instagram @DevJackRan.