• LINDSAY C. HARRIS
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    CREATOR, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, & LEAD ARTIST

    Lindsay first workshopped some of the concepts for Evoking the Mulatto in an Arts & Cultural Equity lab at Tisch School for the Arts in 2011. With the help of collaborators and advisors over the past few years, it has since expanded with major release in 2015.

    Lindsay Catherine Harris is a Brooklyn-based media artist, activist, and educator working to create multimedia projects exploring identity, presence, and history. Through fragmented modes of representation and voyeurism, bemusing through visual stimulation and often comic bizarre, her artistic body of work seeks to complicate and fracture the rigidity of identity manifested in racial and sexual classification as a means of controlling marginalized bodies. Lindsay has also designed and taught programs in new media, digital storytelling, art, and social justice to young people at museums and community-based orgs around NYC, currently expanding programs at the Brooklyn Museum. She holds a B.A. in Africana Studies & Art from Vassar College and M.A. in Arts Politics from NYU.
    www.lindsaycatherine.com

  • PRODUCERS
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    CONSULTING PRODUCERS
    Mable Haddock (CONSULTING PRODUCER FOR NBPC FELLOWS) has spent the past three decades advocating for and supporting social issue films and media makers of color. She served as Executive Director & Founder of the National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), developing NPBC into one of the leading and most trusted sources of programming, funding, and professional development for a vast diversity of filmmakers from the African diaspora.

    Tida Tippapart (CONSULTING PRODUCER & TRANSMEDIA CO-CURATOR) is a creative producer and artist exploring the intersection of Art, interdisciplinary collaborations and the creative process. She has associate produced major feature and animation films for TF1 France, ABC Australia, and Animal Logic. She also helped establish the interdisciplinary studio Assemblage in Sydney, Australia; a workshop and exhibition space for early career artists and designers.
    www.tidatippapart.com
  • DESIGNERS
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    WEB DESIGN & ANIMATION
    Chelsea Rae Klein (WEB DESIGNER & TRANSMEDIA CO-CURATOR) is a new media artist and curator whose work addresses concepts of the other, violence against women and the body memory. She has received award from The SF Arts Commission’s Cultural Equity Granting Program and twice from the Zellerbach Foundation's Community Arts Grant for projects including Descry Arts Projects and Among Dreams, an online archive and physical exhibition investigating the residual impact of forced silencing on queer American soldiers.
    www.chelsearaeklein.com

    Raj Kottamasu (ANIMATOR) is an animator, graphic designer and urban planner living in Brooklyn. His film and video work centers on media-making for social change.
    www.rajworks.com
  • CONSULTANTS
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    CONSULTANTS & ADVISORS
    Christine Turner (STORY CONSULTANT) is an independent filmmaker based in NYC. As a researcher and producer, she has contributed to numerous documentaries for PBS, HBO and OWN, including her directorial debut as director/producer for the award-winning documentary Homegoings. www.christineturner.com

    Sandra Christie (EDITING CONSULTANT) has worked as a documentary editor for eighteen years. Her numerous credits include: Sundance award-winning “Family Name”, multiple PBS series including “An American Love Story” and “Matters of Race”, and associated editor of the Peabody Award-winning documentary "Malcom X: Make It Plain".

    ADVISORS: Thank you to these amazing artists for their guidance during development. (Pre-production) Sheril Antonio, Kathy Engel, Karen Finley, Randy Martin, Marta Moreno Vega, Deborah Willis, (Post-Production) Nonso Christian Ugbode (NBPC Director of Digital Initiatives)
  • CONTRIBUTORS
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    A WARM THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR ASSISTANCE IN THE EXECUTION OF ETM
    Additional Photography:
    Horacio Pérez

    Additional Videography:
    Kate Linhardt, Steven Mosely, Tida Tippapart

    Event Planning and Promotion:
    Cassandra Jensen (NBPC Digital Associate)

    Additional Contributors:
    Jano Cortijo, Zoey Farber, Rina Klanfer (Color), Sean Leahy, Cait Porter, Caitlin Sweeney, Heather Trobe, Leigh Wells
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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    ETM IS FUNDED IN PART BY:
    National Black Programming Consortium
    www.blackpublicmedia.org

    NYU Tisch Art & Public Policy Alumni Summer Grant
    tisch.nyu.edu/object/studentworkapp.html

    In-kind donations

    Indiegogo funders:
    Shira Bannerman, Lena Crandell, Natalie DeNault, Catherine Epstein, Zoey Farber, Benjamin Gassman, Robert Harris II, Robert Harris III, Aletheia Higgins, Teaester Higgins, Merle Kamen, Sean Leahy, Becca Marcus, Tina Orlandini, Cait Porter, Sharon Giles Pullen, Ariel Stess, Kelly Thompson, Jazmyn Young, Deepthi Welaratna