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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 ( 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.