Seren Morey

Seren Morey was born in Massachusetts in 1969 and graduated from Bard College in New York in 1991. Upon graduating she became an assistant to Kiki Smith and then went on to complete an MFA at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York in 1996. Following school, Morey became an instructor for three years of the […]

Mike Messier

Mike Messier is an award-winning Screenwriter, Director, TV host and Actor. Awards have included a Regional Emmy Nomination for work as Associate Producer on a documentary about Haiti. Recent work includes co-writing and co-starring in the  horror film The Manor. Current projects also include Disregard the Vampire: A Mike Messier Documentary which has already won […]

Dana Hoey

Dana Hoey is an American photographer born in San Francisco and based in the Hudson Valley, New York. She received a B.A. in Philosophy from Wesleyan University and an M.F.A. in photography from the Yale University School of Art. The artist’s work examines contemporary female identity through staged and directed photographs and videos, which set […]

Dana Hoey

Dana Hoey is an American photographer born in San Francisco and based in the Hudson Valley, New York. She received a B.A. in Philosophy from Wesleyan University and an M.F.A. in photography from the Yale University School of Art. The artist’s work examines contemporary female identity through staged and directed photographs and videos, which set […]

Elmaz Abinader

Elmaz Abinader is an author and a performer. Her most recent poetry collection, This House, My Bones, was The Editor’s Selection for 2014 from Willow Books/Aquarius. Her books include a memoir: Children of the Roojme, A Family’s Journey from Lebanon, a book of poetry, In the Country of My Dreams… which won the Oakland PEN, […]

Elmaz Abinader

Elmaz Abinader is an author and a performer. Her most recent poetry collection, This House, My Bones, was The Editor’s Selection for 2014 from Willow Books/Aquarius. Her books include a memoir: Children of the Roojme, A Family’s Journey from Lebanon, a book of poetry, In the Country of My Dreams… which won the Oakland PEN, […]

Shontina Vernon

Shontina Vernon is a theatre artist/filmmaker/ musician/creative facilitator/ and educator. Her work champions the necessity of arts and culture to catalyze social change. As such, it has been recognized nationally and internationally for both its artistic merit and risk taking. Drawing from her belief that “If you can’t tell your own story honestly, then you […]

Shontina Vernon

Shontina Vernon is a theatre artist/filmmaker/ musician/creative facilitator/ and educator. Her work champions the necessity of arts and culture to catalyze social change. As such, it has been recognized nationally and internationally for both its artistic merit and risk taking. Drawing from her belief that “If you can’t tell your own story honestly, then you […]

Curt Hoppe

Curt Hoppe is a New York-based artist whose photographs and realist paintings chronicle his life and interests over the past 40 years. His diverse work ranges from caricatures for sex tabloid Screw to meticulously rendered photo-realist cityscapes of the ethnic neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan or the Hamptons. He is currently working on a series of photographs and larger-than-life black-and-white […]

Curt Hoppe

Curt Hoppe is a New York-based artist whose photographs and realist paintings chronicle his life and interests over the past 40 years. His diverse work ranges from caricatures for sex tabloid Screw to meticulously rendered photo-realist cityscapes of the ethnic neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan or the Hamptons. He is currently working on a series of photographs and larger-than-life black-and-white […]