As an artist herself, Brianna Luz brings a well-rounded, integral perspective to the role of an arts professional. She grounds her curatorial work at the intersection of the individual and the collective, and more broadly seeks to serve as an expansion point for arts organizations that are at their core working towards or aiding in change.
Living and working in NYC, Brianna serves as Head of Artist Relations at Good Black Art, Administrator of the African American Art Department at Swann Auction Galleries, and is pursuing an Arts Management Certificate at NYU SPS.
ming joi washington is a curator and communications strategist from Chicago, IL. She situates her work within Black feminist traditions with a focus on aesthetics, performance, and personal narrative. ming earned her BA in Art History & Curatorial Studies from Spelman College and has held internships with the Lubeznik Center for the Arts, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Resnicow & Associates, and The Getty Foundation.
ming supports Black artists and entrepreneurs as Curatorial Assistant at SoLA (South LA) Contemporary and Social Media Strategist for Good Black Art and Atlanta Art Week. Her poetry and art criticism has been published by Burnaway and Scalawag magazines and was most recently featured in artist Simone Leigh’s Loophole of Retreat Venice. ming lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.
Samantha Fellers has spent her career working on the bridge of art, technology, and sales at leading companies including Artsy and Artlogic. She believes in the power of accessible technology and market resources in order to make the art world more equitable for artists, collectors, and galleries.
Samantha earned her B.A. in Art & Visual Culture from Bates College, where she worked as a Curatorial Assistant at the Bates College Museum of Art. During that time she held internships at the Morris Museum, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and Sotheby’s in London. She spent three years volunteering at the Maine Correctional Center teaching male inmates studio art classes.
Moses Leonardo Jeune, a graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work centers around queer identity, race, culture, and spirituality. Alongside visual art, Moses writes poetry, makes music, and collects Black literature.
As a Sales Coordinator and lead in collector engagement, Moses develops a communicative relationship with collectors as well as leads in the sale and shipment of work to the collectors.