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“THINK OUT OF THE BOX” is the mantra of storyteller Beverly Lloyd, (aka Mama Awan) as she weaves Anansi stories into your heart with dialect and humor! African American history comes alive in her historical narratives, children’s stories and unique dialect! She is an English teacher of more than 25 years and CEO of a...

Chris expresses herself through acrylic paint, mixed media, 2D and 3D works inspired by everyday life. As an educator, her work inspires imagination and sparks ideas to help people through a creative journey of their own. As the owner of Young’s Art Center, she combines the art that she loves with her teacher side. She...

Agnieszka's education includes studies in Orff, Kodaly and Dalcroze Eurhythmics and extensive studies in folk dance and choreography. Before coming to the United States, she performed with several folk song and dance ensembles In Poland. She is now choreographer and artistic director for "Piast", the Artistic Folk Song and Dance Ensemble of the Polish Roman...

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, James “Baba Jubal” Harris was exposed to Afro Caribbean drumming in kindergarten. At the age of 13 he became a student of Julius Renford "Flash" Ford. His drumming is inspired by both African and Caribbean rhythms. He is also a master drum-maker, practicing a traditional drum-making process that has been handed...

Beth Gatchell Beth has been singing and playing guitar in Northeast Ohio for the past twenty years. She is a singer/songwriter/guitarist and yogic chant artist who resides in Akron, OH. You might find her teaching children scientifically accurate songs, bringing musical uplift to seniors, leading the congregational music at Renaissance Unity, or offering backup vocals...