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Flight or Visibility

My Name (Is Joanna)

Described as having “Chaotic bard energy,” Arts organizer, songwriter, and educator Flight Or Visibility wants you to know that visibility is a superpower whether chosen or not. Using the violin and voice together, their classical punk music reminds us that activism is love, self-care is love, and it is our duty to express these loves. Flight Or Visibility is the founder of the Boston Artists Employment Network, and the School of Arts and Social Justice at Make Shift Boston. As a frequent event curator with Boston’s Weird Folk Fest, Flight Or Visibility also teaches private workshops on improvisation, creating healing spaces in the arts, and protest chant writing. They teach songwriting at the Boston Public Schools and previously held a teaching fellowship with Boston Children’s Chorus. As an openly genderfluid performer, Flight Or Visibility hopes that you might see some facet of yourself in their music. Additional work at linktr.ee/flightorvisibility and www.flightorvisibility.com

 Guadalupe Campos is a Chicago native currently working on their BFA in Film/Video at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Campos’ work has mainly explored the interrelated issues between gender identity and LatinX heritage through the usage of multimedia. As of recently Campos has worked with local Boston musicians creating collaborative music videos as well as recounting personal narratives through poetic comics. Campos’ work has been exhibited widely through The National YoungArts Foundation and as of recently featured on the Boston Globe. For more, follow them on Instagram at @daguads

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