Sally Brown is an artist, curator and writer currently based in Morgantown. Her artwork including drawing, painting and performance, explores womanhood, motherhood and the body. She has exhibited her work in spaces nationally and in the UK. She has won two awards for illustration for Intimates and Fools and Leaves of Absence, both with poetry by Laura Madeline Wiseman. Her writing has been published in Hyperallergic, Women's Art Journal and Artslant, among others. She has curated group shows in Omaha, Nashville, Pittsburgh and Morgantown. She holds a Bachelor of Arts-Studio Art, a Master of Public Administration and Master of Arts- Art History and Feminist Theory. She is a member of the College Art Association National Committee on Women in the Arts, edits the online journal Les Femmes Folles, and currently serves as Exhibits Coordinator for WVU Libraries. IG @sallery_art or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leslie C. Sotomayor is an artist, curator, and educator with a dual PhD in Art Education and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Currently teaching at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Sotomayor focuses on Gloria Anzaldúa's theory of conocimiento and autohistoria-teoría, a feminist writing practice of theorizing one's experiences as transformative acts to guide her teaching methodology and create curriculum for empowerment and transformation to curate educational spaces that decolonize White Patriarchal hegemonic academic canons. She has curated numerous art exhibitions including, Borrandofronteras/Erasingborders a Cuban and Cuban-American Collaborative Art Exhibition at Penn State and Hilos Rojos, a solo art exhibition in Havana, Cuba. Sotomayor has numerous publications about her research work in Cuba, feminist curatorial projects, curriculum approaches, and visual arts practice. She may be contacted at: IG @art_by_lcs or email@example.com