Adeline Lulo

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Born in Washington Heights, New York and raised in the Bronx. Her work is shaped around family, history and memory. During her childhood, she spent many summers exploring the Dominican Republic. Her upbringing between the D.R and the U.S. inspired her to photograph her family’s homeland. The Photo essay Si Dios Quiere, or God Willing, portrays the lives of families in the Dominican Republic, as well as Dominican immigrants living in the United States. She depicts the tight-knit communities and cultures found in both of these places, illustrating a sense of need, desire and hunger for life. She creates a perception of the places and spaces she’s inhabited. Her accomplishments include earning a BFA from Parsons School of Design and being a recipient of the En Foco Photography Fellowship. She was selected for The New York Times Portfolio Review and was also the recipient of the William Randolph Hearst Scholarship.

Dianne Sposito

Produced throughout the USA, playwright Dianne Sposito’s works include: Commedia Paradia, Harbledown,...

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