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Bob Snead

Executive Director of Antenna, Bob Snead is a native of Charleston, SC, where he founded Redux Contemporary Art Center in 2002 and remained founding director of the organization until 2005, when he left to pursue graduate studies at Yale University School of Art. After receiving his MFA in 2007, he helped form the traveling artist...More Please

Ifátùmínínú Bamgbàlà Aresà

Ifátùmínínú Bamgbàlà Arẹ̀sà  is an emerging photographer and performance artist with a background in education and film. Born and raised in New Orleans, Ifátùmínínú suppressed her creative side for a decade before moving to Tanzania where she was reborn. There, she directed an award-winning film, co-founded a non- profit dedicated to creatives and traveled around the...More Please

Peter Wilson

Peter Wilson grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana attending Isidore Newman High School. He then moved to Los Angeles, where he attended Occidental College and graduated (1989) with a double major in Philosophy and Theater Arts, with a minor degree in Religious Studies. Since graduating from Occidental College, Mr. Wilson has worked on over thirty...More Please

Ernest Johnson

Ernest is the co-founder of Ubuntu Village, a local non-profit that connects young people and families to needed resources and spaces to support their growth. He has a passion and energy for advocacy and volunteerism that spans a period of 10 years. He has traveled around the country speaking on navigating the criminal justice system, family...More Please

Renee Royale

Renee Royale is an independent curator, artist, writer, and media strategist. She is the founder of Support Black Art, and has curated shows in various galleries and alternative art spaces in New York City, New Orleans, and Barbados. She has collaborated with museums, art fairs, and other arts organizations including Brooklyn Museum, Barbados Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art, Queer|Art,...More Please

Dorthy Ray

Dorthy Ray is a Louisiana native curator, photographer, and mixed media artist— who seeks to challenge viewers to explore the ambiguities of identity, gender, and sexuality as they relate to the Black body. She has a B.A. in Art History from Louisiana State University, and has participated in the development of programming for Saint Heron, Axiom...More Please

Jennifer Crook

Jennifer Crook is a senior producer with a passion for delivering challenging events in public spaces – working with artists, individual specialists and technical teams to make extraordinary ideas happen in unexpected places. She has over 16 years experience creating ambitious cross- disciplinary projects in a diverse range of locations including the National Theatre in...More Please

Alison Parker

Alison Parker is founder of ricRACK, a New Orleans based non-profit organization committed to using abandoned and unwanted costumes from TV/film/theatre and teaching individuals how to sew while encouraging them to reduce textile, clothing, and craft-related waste through re-purposing. She started her professional career working costumes for the Cirque du Soleil, and currently develops wardrobe...More Please

Karen-Kaia Livers

Kaia is a veteran organizer and native New Orleanian. She is involved with many non-profit and community-based organizations such as Silence is Violence, the People’s Institute, and the Social Aid and Pleasure Club VIP Ladies & Kids. She is also an actress known for her role on the HBO series Treme. During that series, she...More Please

Shana griffin

Shana M. griffin is a feminist activist, independent researcher, applied sociologist, and artist. Her practice is interdisciplinary and undisciplinary, working across the fields of geography, public art, land-use planning, urban displacement, carcerality, and reproductive control. She’s the founder of PUNCTUATE, a feminist research, art, and activist initiative, supported in part through her Weavers Fellowship; creator of DISPLACED, a multimedia...More Please