issue 20 |MAY| 

                                           

g a b e   d u g g a n

 b. Buffalo, NY  Gabrielle (Gabe) Duggan  is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas and has taught at North Carolina State University, Georgia State University, and will teach at Penland this July. Exhibitions include Garis and Hahn (NY), and Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (NC), and residencies include Ponyride (MI), Musk Ox Farm (AK), Governors Island (NY), and Rob R. Dunn Lab (NC).  IG:  https://www.instagram.com/gabeduggan/

b. Buffalo, NY
Gabrielle (Gabe) Duggan is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of North Texas and has taught at North Carolina State University, Georgia State University, and will teach at Penland this July. Exhibitions include Garis and Hahn (NY), and Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (NC), and residencies include Ponyride (MI), Musk Ox Farm (AK), Governors Island (NY), and Rob R. Dunn Lab (NC).

IG: https://www.instagram.com/gabeduggan/

l l u c y   l l o n g 

  Llucy Llong  is an American artist living and working between Charlotte, NC and her hometown of Atlanta, GA.  Through collage, animation, and textiles, she weaves together the Spirit, culture, and tradition of original descendants of the African diaspora.   Her current work focuses on an initiative, Ascend Together In Power, which is a nostalgic approach to the restoration of Black American families through the pillars of lineage reflection, introspection, and future building.  FB: www.facebook.com/llucyllong.studio  IG: @llucyllong 

Llucy Llong is an American artist living and working between Charlotte, NC and her hometown of Atlanta, GA.  Through collage, animation, and textiles, she weaves together the Spirit, culture, and tradition of original descendants of the African diaspora. 

Her current work focuses on an initiative, Ascend Together In Power, which is a nostalgic approach to the restoration of Black American families through the pillars of lineage reflection, introspection, and future building.

FB: www.facebook.com/llucyllong.studio

IG: @llucyllong 

k a c i e   l y n n 

  Kacie Lynn  is an alpaca farmer, fiber artist, educator, and sustainable textile advocate. She offers a first hand glimpse into homesteading and fiber farming by facilitating learning experiences for people of all ages through sharing the process of growing, designing, and creating a variety of fiber-related goods.   photo by Grace Boto  IG: @fiberfarm

Kacie Lynn is an alpaca farmer, fiber artist, educator, and sustainable textile advocate. She offers a first hand glimpse into homesteading and fiber farming by facilitating learning experiences for people of all ages through sharing the process of growing, designing, and creating a variety of fiber-related goods. 

photo by Grace Boto

IG: @fiberfarm