Jes Allie

Jes Allie is an independent curator and arts organizer. As Co-Director of BULK Space she works locally and nationally to ensure marginalized creatives have access to viable resources and opportunities within the arts. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Curatorial Practice from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2024. With over ten years of experience in the art and culture, she has had the opportunity to work with a number of national and international arts organizations and institutions such as the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), Red Bull Arts, Contemporary &, Monument Lab, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), SPACES, Independent Curators International, Lincoln Center and ApexArt. Her main focus is exploring how the arts continue to act as a means of cultural preservation among change.

Victoria Campa

Victoria Campa is an artist and curator currently based in New York City. She received her BA from Barnard College in 2017 and is now pursuing an MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts. In 2020, she founded Counter Collective which aims to create a network for lens-based artists who have been historically excluded from traditional gallery spaces.

Mya Bonilla

Mya Bonilla is an art activists whose work cannot be contained by a single discipline or motivation. She shape-shifts as an artist and scholar, curator and activist, arts administrator, educator and overall cultural innovator. Mya lends her experience in print media, advertising and public relations, Art and Public Politics to reimagine new spaces for black, queer, and trans femmes in arts, entertainment, and fashion places. Using her unique charisma and flare, she pumps her elusive yet impactful nature into her works, always leaving behind an heir of influence. In 2022, the young maven is founded The Girls PR Group, a media relations company committed to communicating the vantage for black, trans, and queer dreams. “It’s my passion to create an impactful picture. I produce projects that prompt power, responsibility, and urgency. Whether it’s a video, experience, or even an academic course. I am the helm of change and diverse storytelling across the digital media space.

Cambria Kelley

Cambria Kelley (she/they) is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and poet from Los Angeles, CA. She received her B.A in Creative Writing from the University of California, Riverside. In 2023, she graduated from the Gallatin School of Individualized Studies at New York University, where she wrote an original research topic on the museum visitor experience and Black speculative practice. Her perspective examines the temporal plane of Black speculative practice in relation to the physical components of the institution. By evaluating the museum from non-traditional perspectives, her work offers a critical engagement with intersections of absence, power, and representation from a radical art praxis. Cambria has over five years of experience working in the fine arts, including archives, libraries, and museums. In this time she has also been exhibited in group shows from Riverside, CA to New York, NY showcasing the materialization of her poetic craft.

Roxy Henriquez

Roxy Henriquez is an accomplished professional with a rich background in data management, youth program administration, and the visual arts. Henriquez has played pivotal roles in strategizing recruitment efforts across various education programs. Demonstrating a keen eye for detail, she ensures database quality control and resolves data inconsistencies, fostering efficient workflow and reporting procedures. Her proficiency extends to survey development and analysis, aiding in the creation and implementation of program evaluation tools.

Her visual arts background is evident in the care and creativity that shapes her approach to work, enhancing her contributions to the field. Roxy’s strongly held belief in the power of arts, education, and effective research is a driving force behind her work. She seamlessly connects data management with the arts to support youth development, leveraging her extensive experience working with children and families at various nonprofit organizations. This unique perspective allows her to use data-driven insights to create impactful educational programs that nurture young minds.

Her interest in collection management and recognition of the value of archival work in preserving cultural heritage further underscore her dedication to the arts. With a passion for utilizing data to drive meaningful educational initiatives, Roxy Henriquez continues to make significant contributions to the field of arts education, fostering growth and development in the next generation.

Chenoa Baker

Chenoa Baker (she/her) is an independent curator, wordsmith, cultural strategist, and descendant of self-emancipators. She teaches a curatorial practice course at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and previously was the Associate Curator at ShowUp. In addition, she’s consulted on several exhibitions, such as Gio Swaby: Fresh Up at the Peabody Essex Museum and Touching Roots: Black Ancestral Legacies in the Americas at MFA/Boston. Her editorial work has been awarded the Association Internationale des Critiques d’Art (AICA) Young Art Critics Prize in 2023, she’s an editor at Sixty Inches From Center, and her writing appears in Hyperallergic, Public Parking, Material Intelligence, and Studio Potter.

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