Kimolee Eryn is an author, spoken word activist and visual artist from Hartford. For the past 6 years, Kimolee has been using her art to advocate for social justice, victims of domestic violence and women empowerment. She has written and directed a short film on black empowerment called Take Back Your Crown which has been featured on several blogs including AFROPUNK.com. She has also released her debut book, Control: Ambitions of a fighter, which seeks to encourage readers to take account of their lives and be proactive about their mental health.
Kimolee believes in creating for a purpose beyond the purpose of creating. She holds that a life should be lived not just to sustain itself but to cultivate peace, love and growth in all adjacent beings and hopes to exemplify that in all that she does.
I'm a 20 year old kid from West Hartford, Connecticut who loves dance music and visual arts. I got into EDM back in early high school and began attending concerts ("raves") whenever I could. As an avid show-goer, I took on concert promotion -- selling tickets, handing out flyers, etc. I wanted to share my passion with my friends so that they could experience what I found to be so magical. The positive vibes, immense energy, and spectacular production that these concerts provided inspired me to pick up photography and capture amazing moments to share with others so they can look back and say:
"I had the time of my life."
Rebecca is a fine artist living and working in Connecticut. She is a graduate of Montserrat College of Art, and has also attended artists’ workshops in mixed media, painting, drawing, and printmaking through the US and Europe.
Rebecca has been painting for over 18 years and she also creates work using collage and mixed media. Currently Rebecca leads workshops, painting events, and also takes on commissioned projects.
Originally from Connecticut, for the past 10 years Rebecca has traveled the US and lived in Colorado, Montana, and Nevada— locations that fueled her passion for nature and the outdoors— before returning recently to the East Coast to be closer to family. Her work is a reflection of her love of colors, animals, people, nature, non-objective art, and the endless discoveries of this thing called life.
Matt Cassanova aka Ghetto Guitar is a 27 year old self taught musician who has an incredible sense to recognize music in a way that brings sounds waves into the physical realm. Matt has been playing guitar since he was 18 but it wasn't until the age 23, that Matt found his true calling to play and create musical phenomenons. As he Looked to push the culture in a new and exciting direction, the way Jimi Hendrix did, (One of Ghetto Guitars Inspirations) Matt began recording guitar covers and remixes on his youtube channel to create a blend between rock and hip hop. A genre he now refers to as "Trill Rock." To date his youtube channel has now amassed over 290,000 views and over 1000 subscribers!
After playing to the sounds of other artists, Matt paved his own lane and became infamous for his ability to not only play whatever he heard but to improve the sound as a rising producer working with the likes of most notably Wiz Khalifa and Taylor Gang.
Ghetto Guitar truly has the ability to capture the soul of the audience in a way that will promote great vibes with energy that electrifyies the atmosphere.
Darrin Little is a choreographer from New Britain, Ct who has been dancing for 10 years intensively until a huge opportunity came. He was invited to train for the next 3 years at millennium dance complex in Los Angeles! Darrin didn't get here by chance, he began as the leader of the dance squad during the college years at CCSU only to move forward with the Broadway Dance Center in NYC. More highlights include Green St. Studios in Boston, MA. Right after he was invested with "Team Leggo" in Fairfield, CT at Double Up Dance Studio.
Darrin's largest accomplishments to date was to perform on America's got talent, Amber Rose Slut Walk, & secure a position as the choreographer for a carnival showcase at Club Jete!
Let's just say this guy can put on a performance that'll blow your socks off.