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Verlon Allen III 

Aerial Photographer

 Verlon Allen III is a director of photography who captured the locations featured in ON ALL Day from a DJI Phantom 4 quadcopter. He is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild (IATSE Local 600) and outside of film work is often found working in a variety of capacities in performing arts venues. He studied at the Savannah College of Art & Design and resides in Los Angeles, CA.

Anahata Mousai

Sound Healers

Anahata Mousai is a trio of sound healers from the Antelope Valley. Members Jean Monte, Kristen Cramer, and Moriah Cain Gross banded together in 2017 to offer their unique brand of sound healing to people throughout Southern California. Using vibrations created by quartz crystal singing bowls, sound healing tubes, a symphonic gong and various other instruments, the trio provides clients with an immersive sound bath experience. Anahata Mousai is available for bookings throughout Southern California and perhaps beyond.

Adriana Campos-Ojeda

Filmmaker & Photographer

Adriana Campos-Ojeda is a filmmaker hailing from the city of Los Angeles and considers Littlerock California her second home. She studied filmmaking in both Los Angeles City College and Cal State Northridge. She earned her B.A in Psychology and Media Management from the University of Cal State Northridge. Driven by her interest in storytelling she has combined both disciplines in order to produce compassionate and original work.

Dr. Dydia DeLyser 

Historian & Professor 

 Dr. Dydia DeLyser, a Feminist Cultural-Historical Geographer, earned her BA from UCLA in 1992, her MA from Syracuse University in 1996, and her PhD from Syracuse University in 1998. Her research focuses on the historical-cultural geography of southern California, and qualitative research methods, with specific expertise in oral history, interviewing, and archival research in a participatory setting. She served as Associate Producer on the documentary film The Legend of Pancho Barnes and the Happy Bottom Riding Club (2009) which won an L.A. Area Emmy Award in 2011. She is Assistant Professor of Geography at California State University, Fullerton.

Still of Dydia and Paul by Adriana Campos-Ojeda

Paul Greenstein

Author & Historian

Paul Greenstein is co-author of Bread and Hyacinths: The Rise and Fall of Utopian Los Angeles, the only book-length history of the Llano del Rio Cooperative Colony, and it's relationship to the Los Angeles Times bombing, the American Socialist movement, and the period in which these events took place. Using the life's of Job Harriman and Harrison Gray Otis as the keys to disparate, but connected events, the book traces both major and minor characters, and the roles they played in shaping America. He interviewed both surviving colonists, and their descendants to form a picture of the day to day arabesques of colony life. He also owns a small but significant collection of Llano California ephemera. 

Photo of Karyl Newman by Robin Rosenthal

Karyl Newman

Organizer

Karyl Newman founded PositionalProjects.org in 2016 to create alternate experiences of place. Using digital map-based exhibits and timelines, she shares local histories and invites other artists and historians to contribute their responses at site-specific events designed to engage guests in stewardship and preservation. She was a 2016-2017 fellow at the Beinecke Library at Yale University where she earned her MFA.

Leora Wien

Artist

Leora Wien was born in Santa Monica, CA. She holds a B.A. in American Studies/Cultural Studies from Wesleyan University. Her practice includes mixed media art, ‘zines and essays, and performance. Her work has been shown in Venice, Los Angeles, Paris, Basel, and Llano. She helped to produce innovative programming for LACMA’s Institute for Art & Cultures. The first iteration of May Queens, was created by Leora Wien in 2014, and incorporated contemporary feminist punk protest songs with those of Llano’s past.

Photo of Leora Wien by Janet Solval

 

 

 

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