Vivian Crockett is a doctoral student in Art History at Columbia University, whose curatorial experience includes work at the Musée d’Orsay and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Her work is engaged in the critical application of postcolonial theory, queer theory and gender theory to the study of postwar and contemporary art.
Carmel Curtis has worked with Sundance, Berlinale, The Boston Film Festival, and the Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festivals. With a BA in English and Film from Tufts University, Curtis is presently pursuing an MA in Moving Image Archiving and Preservation at New York University.
David Evans Frantz is a curator based in Los Angeles. He is the curator of ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, the independent, community-partner of ONE at the USC Libraries, the largest repository of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) materials in the world.
Evan Garza is a writer and curator who co-founded Fire Island Artist Residency (FIAR). Former Exhibitions and Public Programs Coordinator at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Garza has recently been appointed as Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Blanton Museum of Art.
David Everitt Howe is a Brooklyn-based independent curator and critic. He received his BFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design and his MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies from Columbia University. He is the Curatorial and Development Associate at Participant Inc.
Leeroy Kun Young Kang is an archivist, visual artist, and independent film curator based in Brooklyn, NY. Leeroy received a BA in Studio Art from UC Santa Barbara with an emphasis in experimental video and holds a Master in Library Sciences from CUNY. He is the co-curator of the LGBTQ Shorts Program for the Los Angeles Pacific Asian Film Festival.
Theodore Kerr is a Canadian born, Brooklyn based writer and organizer. Programs Manager at Visual AIDS (2011-2014) he is currently doing graduate work at Union Theological Seminary.
Clara López Menéndez is an art worker, practicing in the curatorial field, art criticism, performance and other writings. She holds a MA in Curatorial Studies from CCS and has done projects in Berlin, Detroit, and New York and written for GLU, Disruptive Laughter, Randy, and Mousse. In 2015, she co-founded DL: Los Angeles, a series of public events across greater Los Angeles, with Bradford Nordeen.
Karl McCool is an independent curator and Associate Director of Dirty Looks NYC. McCool received his BA from Temple University and his MA Moving Image Archiving and Preservation at New York University.
Bradford Nordeen is the founder and Director of Dirty Looks NYC and DL: Los Angeles and the Platinum Programmer for Outfest Los Angeles. Nordeen holds an MA in Cinema Cultures from King’s College London and a BFA in Photography and Media from CalArts. He lives in Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
Videofag (William Ellis + Jordan Tannahill) is a storefront cinema and performance lab in Toronto, Ontario's Kensington Market, dedicated to the creation and exhibition of video, film, new media, and live art.