Artist Bios

Guerrilla Girls BroadBand

Guerrilla Girls BroadBand is a sister branch of the legendary activist collective Guerrilla Girls, Inc. After the 2001 ‘banana split,’ three separate groups formed: Guerrilla Girls, Inc., Guerrilla Girls BroadBand, and Guerrilla Girls on Tour, Inc. All wear gorilla masks and use the names of deceased women artists. As Guerrilla Girls stay focused on art

Bang Geul Han

Bang Geul Han employs digital technologies to explore language, body politics and race, and blurs our understanding of private and public territories. She earned her BFA in Painting from the Seoul National University in Korea, 2002, and her MFA in Electronic Integrated Art from the Alfred University, NY, 2005. She had solo exhibitions at NURTUREart,

Naima Ramos-Chapman

Naima Ramos-Chapman is an interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker. She tells stories of transformation and understated bravery that stem from true accounts, incorporate magical realism and use choreographed gestural movement to render psycho-spiritual realities we cannot see. She trained at The Alvin Ailey School for Dance, The Barrow Group for Acting, Howard University, and has a

Roya Amigh

Roya Amigh earned MFA degrees from the Central Azad University in Tehran, 2010, and Boston University, 2012. She had solo shows at Babson College, MA, 2018; FiveMyles gallery, Brooklyn, NY, and Iron Tail Gallery, Lincoln, NE, 2017. Group shows include Yangpyeong Art Museum, Gyeonggi-do, Korea, 2018; the Museum of Contemporary Art of Crete, Rethymno, Greece,


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