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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES JUDY JOSEPH David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Vice President of Programming P.O. Box 518, Tampa, FL 33601 (813) 222-1000 fax 813-222-1057 judy.joseph@strazcenter.org ALBERTO JUSTINIANO Teatro del Pueblo Artistic Director 209 Page Street W. Suite 208, Saint Paul, MN 55107 (651) 224-8806 al@teatrodelpueblo.org YOUNG KYUE KANG Festival Theater MIME, Korea General Manager 531 Hyoja-dong, Chuncheon-si Gangwon-do, N/A 00000 305-519-6877 ft@mimefestival.com MIN KYUNG KANG Namsan Arts Center - Seoul, Korea Theater Manager 8-19 Yejang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, N/A 00000 305-519-6877 mkkang@sfac.or.kr ROBERT KARIMI Kaotic Good Productions Artistic Director PO Box 6151, Minneapolis, MN 55406 (510) 593-6708 karimi@kaoticgood.com FRANK KELLEY,JR. Frank Kelley, Jr. Owner/Artist 109 Sunrise Drive, West Monroe, LA 71291 318-387-0043 fax 318-396-0043 artist1@bayou.com PATRICK KENNELLY Highways Performance Space and Gallery Associate Director 1651 18th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 453-1755 pjk@highwaysperformance.org KEVIN KEY Los Angeles Poverty Department Performer - Community Coordinator P.O. Box 26190, Los Angeles, CA 90026 (213) 948-6159 fax 213 413 1077 kmichaelkey1@yahoo.com Mr. Justiniano is a filmmaker, playwright and theater artist affiliated with Teatro del Pueblo a local Latino professional theater in St. Paul, Minnesota. As a playwright, he has written three children plays, which have been produced at Stepping Stone and five full-length stage plays for adults of which two have been produced. He is currently working on his sixth , Welcome to Welcomeville. He is a working artist in addition to serving as producer and artistic director at Teatro del Pueblo. We has been the recipient of The Many Voices Fellowship at the playwright Center and Leadership in the Art award. Chuncheon International Mime Festival Corp. runs two major businesses: it organizes the Chunechon International Mime Festival(CIMF) and manages Festival Theatre MIME(FTM). CIMF is an annual festival, held for eight days during the last week of May, while FTM was newly establishedin 2010. Established in May, 2010, Festival Theater MIME(FTM) is a small-sized venue with 150 seats. FTM has three major missions: first, it aims to provide carnival- type of performances, in which citizens can also participate. Second, it will serve as a home to the development and production of multidisciplinary art forms that focus on body, movement, and image. Third, it will serve as an education theater which offers citizen- participatory programs and art education programs to diverse peoples. Namsan Arts Center is a multi-purpose cultural space, consisting of the Drama Center-a specialized theatre for the creation of high-quality performing arts productions- and the Arts and Culture Education Center which provides participatory arts education for the citizens of Seoul. The Drama Center is a future-oriented space where new forms and styles based on artistry and popularity are conceived. The Arts and Culture Education Center is specialized in arts and culture education providing the local community with opportunities to experience and learn arts, as well as promoting the creativity of the citizens. Namsan Arts Center is a producing theatre for introducing outstanding contemporary drama from Korea and abroad. Robert Farid Karimi is the critically acclaimed interdisciplinary playwright/poet/dude from the San Francisco Bay Area. A National Poetry Slam Champion, and a Def Poetry Jam poet, his performances have fed audiences across the Americas in theatres, grocery stores, backyards, huge bookfairs in Guadalajara & even off Broadway. Winner of numerous awards, Karimi recently received a Creative Capital & MAP & Creation Fund to create The Cooking Show con Karimi y Comrades: Diabetes of Democracy, an interactive cooking show that will focus on Type 2 Diabetes in communities of color. He shares his knowledge in schools from K-18. And is currently touring the show he premiered at NPN, Farid Mercury, and finding ways cinematically & theatrically to make people laugh. More? Go to kaoticgood.com I am a full time professsional painter,A Graduate of Grambling State University and minor in business.Studied under two well known African American Artist.Work in the auto industry as a automobile salesman for about 20 yrs developing my talent for 15 yrs.Magazines,Corporations,Universities,Hospitals,private collections,galleries and museums across the country.I am represented by two master art galleries:G.R.N'Namdi Gallery in New York,Chicago and Detroit,MI.Also representive:Thelma Harris Art Gallery in Oakland,California.Established Youth Arts Initiative Program for Children and Adults in 2001.I felt the need to give back to make a difference.Over 450 or more children lives have been touch through Art.I am am now have a one man show at the Charles Wright History Museum. Patrick Kennelly‟s direction, writing, design, performance, and curation in the realms of theater, film, installation, and performance and visual art has been presented in Los Angeles at a variety of venues, including MOCA, the Hammer Museum, Track 16, the New Wight Gallery at the Broad Arts Center, CrazySpace, the Freud Playhouse, and Highways, and has been described as “stunning and disturbing” (LA Weekly), “relentless” (Variety), and “awe-inspiring” (Backstage West). Kennelly's theatrical work, for which he won the 2008 Princess Grace Award, has included original plays and solo performance, large-scale performance installation, and image-based physical theater. Kennelly received his BFA in Film/Video at CalArts and an MFA in Theater Direction at UCLA. Kevin Michael Key is a law school graduate and has practiced as a defense attorney. He is active in the recovery community in downtown Los Angeles and in community advocacy groups. He works part-time for United Coalition East Prevention Project to mobilize the neighborhood on quality of life issues. He does community diabetes education with the JWHC clinic. Kevin Michael has worked with LAPD since 2003 and has traveled with LAPD for community residencies in New York, Charlotte, NC, Utrecht, The Netherlands the Paris, France suburb of Gennevilliers and Bolivia. As a member of Los Angeles Poverty Department Kevin Michael is responsible for linking communities, organizing workshops and public convening‟s and speaking with the press. Attendees • Page 20 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES D'LOCO KID D'LocoKid Productions Theater Artist 1021 5th St. #204, Santa Monica, CA 90403 310 403 2676 dlocokidla@yahoo.com YO AHEN KIM Doosan Art Center - Seoul, Korea Theater Producer 270 Yeonji-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul, N/A 00000 305-519-6877 ragtime1@doosan.com DEBORAH KING Pat Graney Company 338 Englewood, Royal Oak, MI 48073 248-589-3844 deborahleeking@att.net STACY KLEIN Double Edge Theatre Production Founder/ Artistic Director 948 Conway Rd, Ashfield, MA 01330 413-628-0277 fax 866-649-0635 sklein@doubleedgetheatre.org KATHERINE KRAMER Katherine Kramer Projects, Inc. Artistic Director 700 Bangtail Trace Road, Bozeman, MT 59715 406-686-4307 kk@katherinekramer.com FAY KU 93 Underhill Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238 917-701-3782 fayku@hotmail.com KRIS KURAMITSU United States Artists Artist Relations 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 580, Los Angeles, CA 90036 323-857-5857 krisk@unitedstatesartists.org JESSICA LABARBERA Nonprofit Finance Fund Director of Consulting Services, Western Region 70 West 36th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10018 (212) 457-4756 fax (212) 947-9872 jessica.labarbera@nffusa.org D‟Lo is a queer Tamil Sri L.A.nkan-American, political theatre artist/writer, director, comedian and music producer. D‟Lo tours “Ramble-Ations: A One D‟Lo Show” (dir. Adelina Anthony). Recently, D‟Lo participated in APPEX, a 3‐week intensive residency in Bali with a particular focus on American & Asian artists (UCLA‟s Center for Intercultural Performance), and acted in Cherrie Moraga's new play Digging Up the Dirt. Currently, D‟Lo is touring excerpts from his latest solo theater show Minor D‟Tales, and his latest stand-up show “D‟FunQT (Pronounced defunct)”. D‟s 2nd play Boys That Pray is in development at Brava Theater, SF for 2011. www.dlocokid.com Doosan Art Center (DAC) fulfills its social responsibilities by promoting arts activities. Equipped with a mediumsized theater, Yonkang Hall, a small-sized theater, Space 111, Doosan Gallery Seoul and Doosan Gallery New York, the DAC serves as an arts incubator, exploring and supporting promising young artists and their works in various forms of arts, including musical, play, music, dance and visual arts. It presents diverse performance genres, inspiring young artists to take on new challenges. It serves as the arts incubator of Doosan Art Center, to promote the production of works and to explore and support talented artists. The Doosan Gallery is a non-profit gallery dedicated to cultivating a new arts culture. Stacy Klein, Founder/ Artistic Director of Double Edge Theatre, has led the company for almost 30 years into one of the foremost laboratory theatres in the U.S. The three original performance cycles she directed have earned her international recognition for daring and innovation. Klein‟s methodology has been profiled in American Theater, Theater Heute, TheatreForum, and TDR, among others, and she has written for Theater Topics and The Open Page. She received the 2006 OTTO award, the MCC Artist Award (1999), an InRoads grant (1998), and was a Mentor in the New Generations Mentorship Program. PhD, Tufts University (Theatre History and Criticism); MA (Political Theatre Education), Goddard College; BFA (Directing), Boston University. As Maurice Sendak said, "Let the Wild Rumpus Begin!" Life is change. I'm living in Montana. I'm surrounded by mountains, sky, my two dogs. I'm directing CrazyView Studio and Artists' Retreat. I am downsizing, retreating. I'm still tap dancing. I'm playing the melodica and piano and singing. This year I received an Artists Innovation Award from the Montana Arts Council. I'm thinking about innovation. I'm trying to be still and I'm listening. I'm looking forward to NPN this year, more than ever. I have 236 characters left for this bio. That gives me hope. Fay Ku is a visual artist based in New York City but for whom travel and artist residencies figure significantly in her artistic practice. In addition to creating works on paper, she recently began experimenting in site-specific installation--including one hotel room installation created for last year's NPN conference--and collaborative theater projects. Recent exhibitions include a solo exhibition at The Contemporary Museum in Honolulu, HI and New Britain Museum of American Art in New Britain, Connecticut. Upcoming projects include a performative collaboration with musician/composer Mick Rossi at Central Utah Arts Center in Ephraim, Utah. She is excited to return to NPN Conference for her fourth year and congratulates NPN on turning 25! Jessica LaBarbera rejoined NFF in May 2008 as Associate Director and in that role supports program growth and product delivery. She is responsible for identifying market needs and opportunities and meeting business development goals, as well as helping to lead new regional initiatives and roll out new products or services in the region. Prior to assuming this position, Ms. LaBarbera was a Vice President at Citi Community Capital, a division of Citigroup Global Markets Inc., where she provided structured financing and relationship management to national nonprofit and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) clients. Ms. LaBarbera holds an MPA in Nonprofit Management from Columbia University‟s School of International & Public Affairs and a BA in Sociology from the Univ of Virginia. Attendees • Page 21 of 42

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