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NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES V. DIANNE PLEDGER St. Joseph's Historic Foundation, Inc. President/CEO 804 Old Fayetteville Street, Durham, NC 27701 (919) 683-1709 fax (919) 682-5869 vdpledger@hayti.org CAROLINA PONCE DE LEON Galería de la Raza/Studio 24 Executive Director 2857 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 516-3263 cpl.galeria@gmail.com MICHAEL PREMO Hip-Hop Theater Festival Marketing and Program Associate 442-D LORIMER ST #195, Brooklyn, NY 11206 718-497-4282 fax 718.360.1930 michael@hhtf.org RASHAD PRIGDEN Pomo Afro Homos Choreographer/Performer 76 Santa Marina Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 213-712-1045 soul.nubian@gmail.com BEN PRYOR Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People Manager 210 Rivington St. #18, New York, NY 10002 646.265.8226 miguelisatwork@yahoo.com NATHAN PURATH Space One Eleven Artist 2409 2nd Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203 205-499-4288 npurath@gmail.com DEAN PURVIS Lyena Strelkoff writer/performer 5429 Troost Avenue, #1, North Hollywood, CA 91601 310 497-5270 fax 818 766-4663 dean@deanpurvis.com LAUREL RACZKA Painted Bride Art Center Executive Director 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 925-9914 fax (215) 925-7402 laurel@paintedbride.org Michael Premo, is a multidisciplinary artist, creative producer and arts consultant, currently Marketing and Program Associate with Hip-Hop Theater Festival. Michael is also co-producer and co-founder of Housing is a Human Right a multiplatform investigation into the struggle for Home. He has produced theater, art and mutlimedia projects with companies in New York and Internationally including EarSay,Inc, StoryCorps,and as an Associate Artist with The Civilians. In 2006 Michael and Penny Arcade produced and curated of The Globesity Festival: Hunger Strike Theater. He is the recipient of numerous awards including NYSCA‟s Individual Artist Award, and The Laundromat Project‟s Create Change Public Artist Residency. Rashad Pridgen (aka Soul Nubian) is a dance artist, choreographer and urban arts facilitator. Rashad is the Founding Artistic Director of Motif Performance Group, a project-oriented performance arts collaboration with the purpose of reflecting the human experience through African Diasproic and underground dance. Rashad has been a part of underground dance culture for fifteen years while simultaneously apprenticing the art of choreography. This inquiry places him among the generation of artists developing a “future dance aesthetic” - alchemizing street dance vernacular for the traditional Western concert stage. He has performed with Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, Ronald K. Brown/Nick Cave "Soundsuites", at the Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival and with Jacinta Vlach/Liberation Dance. Thomas Benjamin Snapp Pryor is an arts manager, producer and curator operating under the moniker tbspMGMT. Current projects include working with Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People, Trajal Harrell, luciana achugar, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Yvonne Meier and Wally Cardona. Ben also Produces and Curates AMERICAN REALNESS, a festival of contemporary performance in NYC. Previously Ben worked as Director of Operations for Center for Performance Research, an Artist Representative at Pentacle, and in the Planning and Development department at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Ben served as chair of the Agents Council and Trustee for Dance USA from 2008-2010. tbspMGMT.com Nathan Purath is Co-Director of the Coleman Center for the Arts in York, Alabama. He is a founding member of the non-profit organization Your Art Here, which uses billboards as public art spaces. Driven by the role that art can play in realizing positive change, his work facilitates opportunities for artist and communities while blending modes of art, organizing, and advertising. Dean is a writer, performer, director, and educator co-creating and touring nationally with NPN artist, Lyena Strelkoff. He holds a BFA from Southern Methodist Univ. and an MFA from Univ. of Washington. Currently, he and Ms. Strelkoff are developing "Tandem," a full-length performance piece using story, song, image and dance to investigate the impact of sudden disability on the life of a couple. Along with Strelkoff's acclaimed one-woman play, "Caterpillar Soup" (presenting nationally, including Out North, Sandglass Theater, Flynn Center, Dance Place), "Tandem" is an exercise in truth telling, revealing the intricacies of dis/ability, challenging notions of loss and caregiving, and suggesting alternate cultural responses to adversity. For more info, visit www.lyenastrelkoff.org. Laurel Raczka has been the Executive Director of the Painted Bride Art Center since 1999. Previously, serving as Program Director of the Bride, Ms. Raczka was responsible for all performance and gallery presentations, educational and community events, she also was the Director of the Bride‟s New Forms Regional Grant Program. She received her B.F.A. from the University of Arizona and her M.F.A. from Rutgers University. Laurel has served as a panelist for many funders including the Alpert Award, Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. She has also served on panels on issues of Community Arts, Presenting Innovative Programs, Partnerships, and Leadership Transition. Attendees • Page 30 of 42

NPN 25TH ANNIVERSARY ANNUAL MEETING IN DALLAS ATTENDEES Q. RAGSDALE 606 Lochness Ln., Garland, TX 75044 214.460.2182 q@orangemoonmedia.com LISA RAMIREZ MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana Curator and Visual Arts Coordinator 510 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113 (408) 938-3403 fax 408-998-2817 lisa@maclaarte.org PILAR RAMOS La RED de Promotores Culturales de Latinoamérica y El Caribe President/ Director Ayacucho 282 Miraflores, Lima, N/A 18 511-4463623 fax 511-4454421 diva@amauta.rcp.net.pe KATHY RANDELS ArtSpot Productions Artistic Director 6100 Canal Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124 (504) 826-7783 fax (504) 826-7784 kathy@artspotproductions.org RACHELLE RANDOLPH King Arts Complex Program Director 867 Mount Vernon Avenue, Columbus, OH 43203-1411 (614) 645-5464 fax 614-645-0672 rrandolph@kingartscomplex.com ROBERT RANSICK 37-22 80th Street, 52, Jackson Heights, NY 11372 (917) 476-4437 robertransick@gmail.com THOMAS REESE Stone Center for Latin America Studies, Tulane University Executive Director Tulane University 100 Joseph Mary Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 504.865.5164 fax (504) 865-6719 treese@tulane.edu Q. Ragsdale has been performing, filming and creating images in and about the world around her for many years. Not content to pick one has left Q with a broad range of talents that have allowed her to work on projects ranging from plays to multimedia productions. Q is Media Coordinator of Fahari Arts Institute and sits on the boards of BUTCH Voices and the Brown Boi Project. Q is currently preoccupied with integrating performance art and video/new media to explore topics ranging from social justice to gender identity and expression. Q is the driving force behind Orange Moon Media, a multimedia production company and Q-Roc.tv an online tv show covering the Queer community. Pilar Ramos is a professional journalist apecialized in cultural issues. Social communicator and producer. She obtained her B.A. in Journalism at the Catholic University of Peru, where she also did Post Graduated Studies in management of cultural affairs. She is the CEO of Diva Producciones, a Peruvian organization that manages, promotes events and productions in scenic arts. A well-known entrepreneur and consultant, she has been involved in a wide range of cultural events. She has also been the curator of art shows for international cultural exchange projects. Member of the Organizing Conmitee of the Muestra Internacional de Teatro de Lima and the Festival de Danza Independiente 100% Cuerpo. She is currently President of La Red de Promotores Culturales de Latinoamerica y El Caribe. Kathy Randels, founding artistic director of New Orleans‟ ArtSpot Productions, has written, performed in, and directed numerous original solo and group works for professional, student and incarcerated ensembles in Louisiana and beyond. Awards include the 2007-9 NEA/TCG Career Development Program for Directors, the 2008 V-Day Leadership Award, a 2003 OBIE (Nita & Zita) and numerous New Orleans theatre awards. Recent collaborations include: "Go Ye Therefore…", Loup Garou, and Flight. She collaborated with Serbia‟s Dah Teatar from 1997-2003, and is currently creating a new solo performance with director Dijana Milosevic. She founded the Drama Club at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women in 1996 and has worked with Students at the Center in New Orleans Public Schools since 1998. Rachelle S. Randolph is the Program Director for the King Arts Complex. Ms. Randolph has a diverse background and experience in Special Events, Program Facilitation, Education, Development, Community Relations and Public Relations. Rachelle has also been involved with many organizations such as United Way of Central Ohio, Project Diversity, American Red Cross, Ohio Commission on Minority Health, and HIV/AIDS Consortium for People of Color. In Rachelle's role as Program Director, she is responsible for planning and developing the Performing and Cultural Arts Programs based on the mission and long-term goals of the King Arts Complex. A few of her major objectives are to provide programming that vibes with the 18 -35 year old audiences and to incorporate faith-based programming options. Robert Ransick is an artist who works in a wide range of media and has exhibited in New York City at such venues as Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology, Exit Art, Storefront for Art and Architecture and White Box Gallery. In addition he has shown at LACE(Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), The Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Illinois and at the Palazzo delle Esposizione in Rome, Italy, among others. He has received funding from Franklin Furnace, the Mellon Foundation and the National Performance Network/Visual Artists Network and has been an artist in residence at Eyebeam Center for Art and technology and LACE(Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions). He is a full-time faculty member in digital arts at Bennington College. Robert Ransick lives and works in New York. on file Attendees • Page 31 of 42

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