Saturday October 3, 2020
Two screening 8:15pm & 8:45pm
Emmet Prieto Webster is a multimedia artist from Los Angeles. He began making visual art by making CD and cassette covers in the backyard punk scene, and now uses free digital tools to make art about the interaction of subculture and identity. He studied Visual Art and Music at UC San Diego and California Institute of the Arts.
Jocelyn Reyes is a contemporary choreographer, performer and teaching artist based in San Francisco. Reyes earned a B.S. in Cognitive Science and a B.A. in dance from UCLA. In 2017, she founded Reyes Dance, which has produced full evening length works and presented choreography in several LA & SF based festivals including Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers, West Wave Festival, REDCAT Studio, PUSHFest, SAFEHouse RAW and High Voltage, among others. Drawing from personal experiences with poverty, abuse and Catholicism, Reyes’ works use abstract storytelling to create serious, humorous, dark, quirky dances. She is currently a co-production artist at Joe Goode Annex and a teaching artist with ALONZO KING LINES Ballet Community Programs, Performing Arts Workshop and SF Arts Education.