DJ Canvas is an Atlanta, GA, USA based DJ and producer focusing on a variety of hiphop and trap music styles in the electronic dance music category. Her experience ranges from festivals throughout Atlanta and the east coast to holding down major night club residencies.
camil.williams is a talented artist from Chicago, currently living in Atlanta. She is co-author of choreopoem, Aqua Beats and Moon Verses, Vol. 1 (2006) and author of two poetry books, Butta to Fly (2007) and Cold Sweat (2013). camil’s latest offering is a mixed media exhibition titled, After The Sun: Exhibit and Performance. The project includes visual art to illustrate and music to score the prose and poetry in her 2013 release. Find out more by visiting her website at www.camilwilliams.com.
An entertainer, choreographer, and instructor, Sabia is an Atlanta based belly dancer. Her style is a seamless combination of Egyptian dance and her backgrounds in other dance forms, such as ballet, African dance, and jazz. Sabia expanded her dance experience by studying Middle Eastern dance from world renowned instructors and regularly travels to Egypt to stay current in Egyptian dance and arts. Sabia shares her love of dance with the world through performing at private events, restaurants, and shows and teaching and developing shows.
Jasmine Green is a 21 year old singer/song writer who was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia. She now attends Georgia State University where she is a double major in Political Science and Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies. She has been performing in the Atlanta area for over two years and loves to show her support for those in her community.
Grace is adopted from the Philippines and grew up on American military bases in Okinawa, Japan and Heidelberg, Germany. They have received numerous LGBT’ leadership related awards and recognitions including a Vice Presidential invitation to the White House as a Next Generation Emerging LGBT Leader in 2012. Grace has been serving as the LGBT’ Program Coordinator at Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, GA for three years.They recently launched their one person show “Just to be Clear, I’m Not Who You Think I Am” and hope to begin touring in the the fall of 2016.
With a background in creative arts therapy, Grace feels called to help heal and free the people by restoring wholeness and infusing creative arts into social justice work. Dance addicted and musically convicted, spontaneous song and/or break-dancing is a high possibility.