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Emmy Catedral

Emmy Catedral (b. Butuan City) makes objects, walks, rooms, texts, and things made with paper. Emmy has hosted salons and walking tours on the impossible subject of the universe. Work has been presented at Queens Museum, Flux Factory, LaMama ETC, NY Historical Society, BRAC, Sadie Halie Projects, Primetime, Center for Book Arts, unnamed and temporarily named nooks, and sidewalks. Recent readings and performances have been presented at Unisex Salon, Segue Reading Series, Present Co., and Underdonk. Emmy lives in Jackson Heights.


Zachary Fabri

Zachary Fabri was born in Miami, Florida and currently lives in Brooklyn. He received a MFA from Hunter College in 2007. Fabri’s work has been exhibited at Sequences Real-time Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland; the Nordic Biennale: Momentum, Moss, Norway; the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston; and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. He has been awarded the Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art and the New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship in interdisciplinary work.





Daria Keynan

Born in Israel, Moved to NYC in the early 80’s to attend NYU’s Institute of Fine arts specializing in conservation of art on paper.

For the past 25 years specializing more and more in the conservation of modern and contemporary art on paper while trying to explore the cultural, aesthetic and social implication of the conservator's role.



Rita Loomba

Rita Loomba - Queens, New York native who has been teaching high school math to public school students for the last ten years.  Committed to the education of learners across all phases of life. Studied Theoretical Mathematics at SUNY Binghamton and Math Education at NYU.  Member and advocate for Math for America.





Patricia Spears Jones

Patricia Spears Jones is a Brooklyn-based African American poet and author of A Lucent Fire: New and Selected Poems from White Pine Press, which is a 2016 Finalist for the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America and for the Paterson Poetry Prize and seven other poetry collections and chapbooks. Her works are widely anthologized including Of Poetry & Protest: From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin, Angles of Ascent: The Norton Anthology of Contemporary African American Poetry and Best American Poetry. Her plays were commissioned by Mabou Mines and produced in New York City. She edited THINK: Poems for Aretha Franklin’s Inauguration Day Hat and is contributing editor to BOMB Magazine.
Photo by Brett Hall Jones, 2016.

Phoebe Wang

Phoebe Wang is a multidisciplinary artist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2015 with a BA in Psychology and completed her thesis in Fine Arts. Phoebe's work largely explores themes including sexuality, trauma, and religion, as well as her experience as a queer, first-generation Asian American.



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