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Brian Sea

(he/him) works with Jay Carlon and is a creative producer and facilitator based in Los Angeles where he advances the work of dance, theater, and contemporary performance makers. From grassroots to rooftops, he collaborates on projects that activate communities and spaces to support live performance. Previously he worked with Los Angeles Performance Practice (2016-2020) in various roles to support local artist programs, touring projects, and the LAX Festival. He has also worked with The Industry, Automata Arts, Visual Artists Gallery, LA Dance Project, and The Wilderness. Brian received his MFA from California Institute of the Arts.


Rosalie Tucker 

(she/her/hers) is an Arts Administrator, Educator and Advocate, who uses her platform to support access to and engagement with artistic and creative experiences for all. She is currently Managing Director of B.Dunn Movement and Director of Operations at The Gro House, a hub for mutual-aid, catering, food services, and community resources for other QTIPOC people in Los Angeles. Tucker previously served as Director of Education and Visitor Experience at the Cayton Children's Museum, and Head of School and Teacher Programs at the Skirball Cultural Center. Grounding all of Tucker’s work is a commitment to centering and uplifting BIPOC people, and fighting white supremacy. In 2017, she helped to start the community organizing collective Undoing Racism Los Angeles (URLA), which supports anti-racism training for colleagues across sectors. Tucker holds a BA in Dance and Choreography from the UCLA World Arts and Cultures Department. 

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