Jersey City, NY
Hopkins, South Carolina – As a 2012 701 CCA Prize Finalist, Tonya’s work has been exhibited throughout the Southeast and beyond, including in New York, Washington, DC, Baltimore, Chicago, and Germany. She was the first full-time undergraduate art student to be featured in New American Paintings. Her most recent solo exhibition was at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY; the show provided an overview of four different series of paintings created since the late 1990s. Highlights from Gregg’s career also include a solo exhibition at Houston’s Lawndale Art Center, three large community art murals in Nicaragua, a grant from the South… more »
Quebec, Canada – “Some of the anagrammatic translations from the project proposed have been previously published in the journals The Capilano Review (3:5-10) and Matrix (85:30-31), and in the collection Orisont: 8 poets from Montreal (2014). These translations were presented in Toronto to the Contemporary Poetry Reading group in June 2014 (University of Toronto), and at an early stage at a conference at l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in May 2010 in Paris and at an evening reading. My own poems have appeared in Dandelion (35.1:74-75), Last Supper (1:12) and NoD (10:8) and in various chapbooks from No… more »
Brooklyn, NY – “Raised in Los Angeles, I received a BFA from the University of Southern California in 2009. My art examines multicultural discernment and displays autobiographical tendencies. In 2011, I relocated to New York City, where I received an MFA at the School of Visual Arts. Working in various media, mainly, painting, sculpture, and installation.
I have exhibited in several cities, including Los Angeles, New York, Shanghai, Singapore, and Chiang Mai. Recently I have had work exhibited in the publication New American Paintings, participated in the Nurture Art Benefit, and participated as a visiting artist… more »
New York, NY – Claire is a playwright and theater maker living in New York. Her plays include: Umma Lappa Soon (Colt Coeur’s 2013 Play Hotel series; Naked Angels reading; nominated for The Kilroy’s The List); Some Dark Places of the Earth (semi-finalist, O’Neill National Playwriting Conference); Wolf Play (winner of the 2012 Samuel French Off Off Festival Short Play Festival, published by Samuel French); Well, What Do You Want (to See)? (performed and written with Diane Exavier at Bowery Poetry Club); Play/Date (co-written, produced by 3LD); St. Vitus’ Dance (finalist, Kennedy Center MFA Playwrights Workshop); Norway (Crashbox Theater Company… more »
Halifax, Canada – Robert is a playwright and collaborative theatre artist, whose work has been presented across the United States and Canada. His plays include: Radium City, Open Theatre Kitchen, The Common: for as long as you have so far, folkloremobile, The Matador, and The Route 19 Choir of Dead Babies Invites You to Visit “The Fountain of Youth” Museum & Giftshop.
Robert’s play Radium City was published in the New Canadian Drama anthology series; his short play Welcome to Burger Heaven! is collected in Tesseract Theatre’s 2013–2014 Curtain Openers; and The Missing Link appears in the… more »