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KELLY JOHNSON (she/they)

Kelly Johnson is a queer arts and culture worker, curator and writer from Houston. Her projects seek connections between embodiment, environments, language, and spirituality, taking the form of programs, zines, exhibitions, and collages (kellymjohnson.net). Kelly is the Program & Volunteer Manager at the Rothko Chapel, a sacred art space dedicated to community engagement at the intersection of art, spirituality, and social justice. Their writings have been featured in exhibition catalogs including the Station Museum’s Cassils: Solutions, ART PAPERS, and Bmore Art. Kelly is a board member for Houston’s Center for the Healing of Racism and a 2022 New Leaders Council (NLC) Houston Fellow.