Daniel Callahan is a multimedia artist, filmmaker and designer. Merging a legion of disciplines including painting, digital photography, film, music, writing and performance, Daniel works to craft immersive experiences incorporating story, ritual, and the human form to explore aspects of resilience and mysticism.
Lynn DuVal Luse
As Director of Marketing and Programming for the Museum of African American History, Boston and Nantucket, Lynn DuVal Luse oversaw public and media relations, and developed a series of scholarly lectures and innovative concerts at some of the nation’s most important historic landmarks.
Described as a “charismatic and captivating performer,” violist Ashleigh Gordon is an active performer appearing with such groups as Grammy-award winning BMOP, A Far Cry, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, and the Boston Ballet. She is co-founder, Artistic/Executive Director and violist of Castle of our Skins.
Castle of Our Skins
Castle of our Skins is a Black arts institution dedicated to fostering cultural curiosity and celebrating Black artistry through music. In classrooms, concert halls, and beyond, Castle of our Skins invites exploration into Black heritage and culture, spotlighting both unsung and celebrated figures of past and present.
Nicole Maxey is a knowledgeable, energetic publicist, business strategist, and event curator with a results-driven record of accomplishments. She thrives on implementing clients’ initiatives. She is the Founder and Principal of MaxeymizePR, LLC, a Boston-based boutique public relations firm.