April 14, 2021

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Satellite Collective announces

Nearly 1,000 Artists Present Online Exhibition of

Worldwide Game of TELEPHONE


More than 950 artists from 70 countries played a game of TELEPHONE, in which a message was passed from art form to art form. The message could become a poem, then a painting, then a film, then a dance, as it was passed 7,177,703 kilometers between 489 cities. An interactive, online exhibition of these hundreds of original, interconnected works debuted to the public for free on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 9am EST at This particular game of TELEPHONE was started on March 23, 2020 and will be available after running for 383 days.

Only a handful of staff members know the original message of TELEPHONE. The participating artists are only aware of the work that directly preceded their own, and do not know how their own work was translated or further translated in subsequent. When TELEPHONE becomes publicly available, it will be the first time that any of the artists get to see the exhibition in full.

Satellite Collective ( incubated the first generation of Telephone with Nathan Langston, and partners now with TELEPHONE as a select group of artists from the game join the Satellite Collective Fellows.

"It's amazing to come full circle," said Kevin Draper, Artistic Director, Satellite Collective. "Nathan launched the first Telephone game as a Satellite Program, working directly with us. TELEPHONE is one of our most successful incubations, and now we partner with them in an unexpected way: the Winter 2021 Satellite Fellows cohort, we're proud to say, was drawn from the TELEPHONE game."

Participants in TELEPHONE were primarily recruited by word-of-mouth, as well via various international message boards. Approximately 60% are based in the United States and approximately 65% are women. In terms of career, players range from Guggenheim Fellows to newly emerging artists, from high school students and elderly artists just developing their practices to Academy Award and Pulitzer Prize winners.

It's possible to consider TELEPHONE as a presentation of nearly 1,000 individual and original works of art. It's equally valid to view this exhibition as a single work of art by people from across the Earth. Regardless, the result is the largest data set of ekphrastic artistic exchange in history. Ekphrasis is the process of translation of one art form into another. This helps us better understand each art form, the neurological processes at work in translation, and how information is passed from person to person. The second half of the game employs synthesis, allowing us to study how artists combine multiple influences simultaneously.

Unlike the children's game (known elsewhere as Dengon, Teléfono Descompuesto, Operator, Głuchy Telefon, Stille Post, Telefon Shavur, and countless other names across the world), this TELEPHONE message was not whispered in a straight line. Each finished work was assigned to two or three other artists, so the game branched out exponentially like a family tree. Halfway through, the process was reversed, meaning that the game contracted exponentially so that TELEPHONE, which began with a single message, will be passed through almost 1,000 artists, and conclude with a single work of art.

This game was first played and published at a smaller scale in 2015 and launched in New York by Nathan Langston and Satellite Collective. As the pandemic began to worsen in the United States in March 2020, the time was right to pick it up again, with a new team in the Pacific Northwest.

TELEPHONE requires no physical contact and intimately connects individuals in isolation. The project directly engaged with artists in hard-hit countries as the global crisis unfolded and, for decades to come, this exhibition will remain a poignant time capsule of what we have endured and overcome.

Satellite Collective under Kevin Draper has focused on a select group of TELEPHONE artists, launching these Spring 2021 Fellows with the opening of Telephone this April. The Satellite Fellows program will expand from NYC to a national footprint in 2021.

The user interface of the online exhibition has been composed by professional UX designers and constructed by a talented engineering and development group. Visitors to TELEPHONE will be able to explore each work of art, from the original message to the final work, and then start over, choosing another of the hundreds of contiguous pathways through the exhibition. Each visitor will be supplied with a geographic map, as well as a game map to help them navigate through the structure of the game. The exhibition platform, designed and built from scratch, will seamlessly integrate more than 10,000 artist files.

The ten-member team behind the exhibition, most of whom have never met in person, are drawn from tech companies like Google, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Dropbox, and various academic institutions. By the end of the year-long project, it is expected that 10,000 hours will have gone into curating and presenting this exhibition and all of the staff are working for free. TELEPHONE will not generate revenue or profit and the entire cost of the project is $150.


Katelyn Watkins is a writer, consultant, and project manager. She currently enjoys contributing to TELEPHONE as the Director of Operations. She has dual degrees in English and Feminist Studies with minors in Film and Philosophy from Southwestern University, as well as a masters distinction in Finance, Marketing, and Business from the Wharton School. In her spare time, she enjoys thread art, traveling, cooking, taking naps, and watching way too many movies. She was born in Lubbock, Texas to a ranching and rodeo family but now splits her time between Austin, Texas, and Worthing, Barbados. She is currently working on her first collection of short stories.

Matt Diehl is a software engineer and designer at Google, currently living in Jersey City. Before he lost his punk rock cred, he played guitar in a ukelele punk band, Paul Newman and the Ride Home. He has a lovely wife and dog who give him all the attention he needs during pandemics.

Ben Sarsgard is a software engineer in Baltimore and/or New York. He's cat dad to two beautiful girls, Josephine and Shadow, who he'd rather be talking to right now. He can often be found running in circles over and over again to train himself to be able to run in other circles over and over again, slightly faster. Ben enjoys coffee and red wine, but not mixed together.

Kelly Jones is currently living in the Piedmont of NC with their spouse and their 11 year old pit bull (Mr. Beaux Jangles). Kelly embraces all things glittery, loves manatees, and doesn't understand infinity. Lately they've been stress-baking, attempting to keep the houseplants alive, caring for a clowder of semi-stray cats, and daydreaming about summery things. They've got an MFA in Poetry and a Masters in Library and Information Studies, but no job. In the before times, they managed the Outreach & Education Department of a creative reuse non-profit. Sometimes they miss being a "trash art queen," but mostly they're glad to not be interacting with tons of people all the time.

Ramon M. Rodriguez is a UX/UI/Visual designer at HCL Technologies, currently living in the cozy neighborhood of Greenwood, a short 10 minute drive from downtown Seattle. Ramon and his wife Patty have two stubborn Pekingese dog's Sonic and Pepper.

Jennifer Spriggs is a designer living in Seattle. She often escapes to the mountains and islands on her bike and wishes she lived in the forest.

Sergio Rodriguez is a Graphic Designer that moved from Arizona to Seattle in 2012. He's enjoys riding his track bikes around all the steep hills in Seattle. He has a wonderful girlfriend and a beautiful little half Chihuahua half Boston terrier mix pup. Recently he has been wanting to make a career change to UX design and was brought onto the TELEPHONE game by his good buddy Ramon. Since being a part of TELEPHONE he has learned so much and enjoys being a part of an amazing team and is inspired by all the of amazing artists that are involved.

Madeline Hoak is an artist and academic who creates with, through and about circus. She is an Adjunct Professor of Aerial Arts at Pace University (NYC), an Associate Editor for Circus Talk, and a graduate student at New York University where she is designing a degree in Circus Studies with a focus on spectatorship. Madeline initiated the Aerial Acrobatics program at Muhlenberg College where she taught from 2012 - 2017, and is a regular contributor to Circus Syd's Circus Thinkers international reading group. Recent publications include "Teaching the Mind-Body: Integrating Knowledges through Circus Arts'' (with Alisan Funk, Dan Berkley), a chapter in Art as an Agent for Social Change (2020), and "expanding in(finite) between," a multimedia essay in Circus Thinkers: Reflections, 2020. Madeline is honored to be the Editor of TELEPHONE's critical essays.

Sean Tomas Redmond is an artist living in Austin, Texas. He has played in a wide variety of musical projects in Chicago, Austin, and Japan. Recently he has performed shows with artists including Mark Renner, Sean McCann, Sarah Davachi, and Future Museums. He is a designer, an amateur painter and photographer, and the former editor-in-chief of the arts publication fields magazine. You can listen to his music at

Nathan Langston is a poet and musician, who founded Satellite Collective together with Kevin Draper in New York. He created and led the first game of TELEPHONE with Satellite, which was begun in 2010 and published in 2015. He has toured with bands to almost all the states and works as a software designer. Nathan is a graduate of the University of Oregon, with a focus in literature and poetry, and lives in Seattle with his two boys.

Kevin Draper is an artist and writer, who founded Satellite Collective together with Nathan Langston. He leads the organization as Artistic Director. Kevin has worked with major corporations to advise on corporate strategy and led Satellite Collective to a unique position in the arts, one that is collective in structure, but able to incubate and spin off programs successfully in the arts.

Conceived by Nathan Langston in 2010, the first game of TELEPHONE, published in 2015 as an online exhibition, was an incubated project within Satellite Collective, a New York-based non-profit committed to originating and supporting interdisciplinary works of art. TELEPHONE draws inspiration from Das Glasperlenspiel by Hermann Hesse, the Black Mountain College, Bauhaus, the Fluxus movement, the Cadavre Exquis games played by the Surrealists as early as 1918. But the game structure can be traced back to at least 1827, known then as a European parlor game called Consequences, though it's almost certainly older than partly because the rules are so simple that there's little need to write them down and to leave a paper record. Today, TELEPHONE is known in almost every country on Earth and has a multitude of names.


In a few short years, Satellite Collective has fearlessly styled multiple seasons of dance, music, film and word to their vision. Under the leadership of Kevin Draper, Satellite has launched young choreographers, composers, film makers, poets and artists with an uncanny sense of timing, tapping into an intense scene of NYC artists from New York City Ballet, Juilliard, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and Bowery Poetry Club. Satellite has bridged a global network of artists working in every medium from video games to installation and has fused pop music from members of The Lumineers, San Fermin and the song writing scenes in the Pacific Northwest into arresting short film and stage work. Always, with a stylish and confident manner, always with a vision.

Satellite believes in artists collaborating as equals, globally and virtually. They incubate performances, arts exchanges, and publications that allow artists to work together, because they believe that is the future. Founded in 2010, Satellite Collective has produced three evening-length ballets, four hours of original music, and two hours of original film, commissioned eight modern dance works, founded the arts publication Transmission, hosted five annual arts retreats, and launched both Telephone, which simultaneously published the interconnected works of 315 artists from 42 countries, and Satellite Press, a small independent press publishing emerging and established authors and poets.

Satellite is proud to have received support from BAM, Jerome Robbins Foundation, Frey Foundation, Nestle, SAP, 92Y, DeVos Institute of Arts Management, Brooklyn Arts Council and many others government, public and private supporters.

Satellite is a graduate of the 2015-16 BAM Professional Development Program in collaboration with the DeVos Institute of Arts Management.

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To learn more about Artistic Director Kevin Draper, visit

Participating Artists

Azadeh Hussaini, Chicago

Dustin Hammond, Silver City

Olivia Pepper, Port Townsend

Sophie Galliers, Cardiff

Ebba Jahn, Berlin

Yekta Darvish, Tehran

Bob Holman, Manhattan

Roberto Bovolenta, Turin

Charles Schuster, Jakarta

Maggie Sharar, Seattle

Yulia Shtern, Verona

Charlie Clements, Los Angeles

Anna Puhakka, Sipoo

Kate Angus, New York

Shannon Perri, Austin

Froso Papadimitriou, Sitia

Chris Ivory, Washford

Casey Kelbaugh, Manhattan

Charlie Levine, San Jose

Lora Robertson, Fremont

Sharleene Olivier, Johannesburg

Emily Katz, Portland

Mariana Leal Dos Santos, Rio de Janeiro

Checa Barragán, Guadalajara

Ann Braunsteiner, Nelson

TJ Acena, Portland

Wes Covey, Freeport

Jeff Ferst, San Miguel de Allende

James Shenck, Chicago

Gabriel Bass, Bogota

Tetsushi Higashino, Tokyo

Amy Ruppel, Portland

Denise Araripe, Rio de Janeiro

Stelth Ulvang, Denver

Julie Upmeyer, Isle of Anglesey

Matt Summers, Boston

Alejandro Magaña Aviña, Guadalajara

Mary Mazziotti, Pittsburgh

Miranda Driessen, Almere

Sole Majdalani, Buenos Aires

JohnProctor, Purchase

Katelyn Watkins, Austin

Kristen Curry, Portland

Shu XinLyu Wang, Shanghai

Marisa Gertz, New York

Jana Weaver, Prineville

Jo Ngo, Saigon

Rachel Blumberg, Portsmouth

Andrew Conklin, Stockton

Amélie Beaudroit, Montreal

Inari Porkka, Hamina

Victoria Genberg, Kuala Lumpur

Paola Rossi, Turin

Naoko Sekine, Kisarazu City

Francisco Rivarola, Buenos Aires

Erin de Burca, Calpe

Tulasi, Rio de Janeiro

Robin Dunn, Tucson

Scott Poole, Vancouver

Ian Miller, Portland

Akira Serene, Philadelphia

Marah Strauch, Pasadena

Fausto Amadeo, Buenos Aires

Jan Heinke, Dresden

Susan Rich, Seattle

Shelby Tuthill, Fort Collins

Kate MacDonald, Vancouver

ClaudetteLee-Roseland, Cedarburg

PaulaTurcoane, Bucharest

Robin Press and Carina Grossman, Jerusalem

Emanuela Marenz Marcolini, Verona

Dorota Szuta Ulvang, Bishop

MattDabrowiak, Portland

Martha Grover, Portland

Emerie Synder, Brooklyn

Setare Taji, Karaj

Maria Rosa Benso, Turin

Sarah Fjørtoft, Cape Town

Panos Dimitropoulos, Shanghai

Anna-Marya Tompa, Pano Lefkara

Calyn Kelly, Eugene

Aliki Arnaouti, Athens

Cate Wnek, Harpswell

Monica Shah, Edison

Silvino González Morales, Ambaló Reservation, Silvia

Jackie Clark, Jersey City

Mercedes Orozco, Portland

Sarah James, Worcestershire

Christopher Garcia, New York

Sierra Nyokka, Garden Valley

Elizabeth Keithline, Woodstock

Sahar Hakimi, Calgary

Beryl Brenner, Brooklyn

Megan Mosholder, Atlanta

Johanna Kunin, Portland

Alisha Sullivan, Portland

Dorota Borowa, Dublin

Arzu Ozkal, San Diego

Eve Obochta, London

Elaine Parks, Tuscarora

Micaela Mamede, Vale de Açores

Herbert J. Wimmer, Vienna

Derrick Breidenthal, Kansas City

Thomas C. Chung, Melbourne

Zoe Simon, London

Paul Wright, Paris

Esther Geiger, Takoma Park

Iris Poljan, Zagreb

Holly Boruck, Altadena

Claudia Breuer, Aachen

Jennifer Weigel, Newton

Joas Nebe, Stuttgart

Penelope Grobler, Pretoria

Wang Chen, Melbourne

K Linnea Backe, New York

Rodrigo Pires, London

Pauline Ginnety, Paris

Bianca Boragi, New York

Abi Eleri, Bristol

Angela Franks Wells, Tarboro

Erin Covey-Smith, Freeport

Marieke, Gunnewijk

Kelly Jones, Burlington

Madeline Hoak, Brooklyn

Asia Meirovich, Boston

Mirela Cabral, São Paulo

Ilke Ilter, Izmir

Madeleine Aleman, Malmö

Nancy Wolf, New Orleans

Carin Cahn, New York

Richard Craven, Spokane

Nels Andrews, Santa Cruz

Celia Merlin, Ramat Gan

Michele King, San Francisco

Steve Givnan, Sheffield

Mary Blakemore, New York

Ben Fee, Los Angeles

Ryan Scherer, Annapolis

Valerie Arntzen, Vancouver

Rage Hezekiah, Pownal

Illuminate, Ontario

Alison Harville, Dover

Kevin Brophy, Philadelphia

Lancee Whetman, Salt Lake City

Lolo Haha, Portland

Joshua White, West Jefferson

Kalila Holt, Brooklyn

Allison Adair, Boston

Emily Puetter, Berlin

Margot Spindelman, Brooklyn

Lana Ayers, Tillamook

Joe Kraus, Shavertown

Michael Wynne, Madrid

Geraldine Mills, Galway

Angela Yeowell & Robert Heim, Berlin

Lisa D. Archigian, White Plains

Kateryna Pokladodova, Kyiv

Dean Rader, San Francisco

Monika Balu, Gothenburg

Eddie Love, Nashua

Andreas Johnsen, Copenhagen

Rachel Reid, London

Freyja Bardell, Los Angeles

Patricia Prieto-Blanco, Cullybackey

Giulia Drummond, Edinburgh

Emma Dickson, Chapel Hill

Vesna Parchet, London

Almaz Salikhov, Helsinki

Michael Rau, Palo Alto

Harald Schole, Amsterdam

Huda Tariq, Lahore

Patricia McParlin, Cardiff

Pamela Hart, South Salem

J. Rick Castañeda, Los Angeles

Kimberly Cooper, Los Angeles

Edna Cantoral Acosta, Zapopan

Robyn Ellenbogen, Brooklyn

Trygve Skogrand, Asenfjord

Roberta Orlando, Milan

Maria Kretova-Babich, Samara

Ann Tracy, Falmouth

Austin Price, Austin

Dan Jones, Grand Forks

Kadiejra O'neil, Christ Church

Stig Marlon Weston, Oslo

Mohamad Yala, Babol

Jamie Lee & Eric Hart, Berkeley

TO Marzo Zen, Chiang Dao

S Stephanie, Rollinsford

Hura Mirshekari, Paris

Bruce Carleton, Twentynine Palms

Tim Powala, Munich

Colin Justin Wan, Singapore

Lesley Wamsley, Brooklyn

Julie Weaverling, San Diego

Sara True, Athens

Carolina Baldomá, Lincoln

Ivan Ledesma, Guadalajara

Emily Chammah, Austin

Ramin Parvin, Berlin

Grietje Bouman, Winterswijk

Autumn Lewis, Milford

David Nadeau, Quebec City

Harald Setefanou, Nicosia

Rosemary Taylor, Brooklyn

Eli Karren, Austin

Robert Karpay, Brooklyn

Marina Roca Die, Berlin

Christina Maximoff, Paris

Alicia Jo Rabins, Portland

Sean Miller, Los Angeles

Laura Glabman, Hewlett

Janet Van Fleet, Cabot

Leesa Hanna, Port Moody

Julie Goldsmith, London

Jenna Fettig, Olympia

Jane Wang, Boston

Dorothy Embacher, Meaford

Mehdi Yarmohammadi, Paris

Magdalena Skiba, Zagorzce

Jennifer Towner, Seattle

Amy Lawless, Brooklyn

Yusuf Yildiz, Los Angeles

Analia Ardusso, Volterra

Walter van Rijn, Guildford

Jeannine Hall Gailey, Woodinville

Mark Elmore, Melton Mowbray

Sarah Salway, Tunbridge Wells

Elizabeth Rakhilkina, Austin

Ben Martens, Corvallis

Larry Bowling, Barre

Chih-Fen Tsai, Taipei

Lillian Johnson, Devon

Antonino Eze Cuscinà, Valdina

Craig Auge, Kansas City

Chelsea Gilmore, Fort Collins

Jenny Horton, Austin

Deesha Philyaw, Pittsburgh

Mandy Hackman, Boston

Kally Kahn, Portland

Linda Shaffer, Las Vegas

Marco Antônio, São Paulo

Sean Tomas, Austin

Mary Williams, New York

Marlys West, Los Angeles

LIJEL, Hamburg

Lorrie Fredette, West Camp

Irini Tataki, Athens

Macy McKenny, Los Angeles

Nina Sobell, La Grangeville

Melika Janmohammadi, Ghaemshahr

Barbara Westwood Diehl, Baltimore

Richie Greene, Portland

Ally Eden, Fort Collins

Cherie Hacker, Sacramento

Brian Ellis, Palo Alto

Beatriz Crespo, Berlin

John Smolinski, Ypsilanti

Kari Margrethe Sabro, Oslo

Iván Vázquez, A Coruña

Amy Bellezza, Portland

Aaron Cobb, Austin

Mary Morris, Santa Fe

Daniel Gómez de Zamora Sanz, Madrid

Lupita Eyde-Tucker, Palm Bay

Hulya Kupcuoglu, Istanbul

Anne Siems, Seattle

Marc Alan Di Martino, Perugia

Lisa Lebofsky, New York

Tad Bartlett, Metairie

Maureen Alsop, Nelly Bay

Victoria Loustalot, Kailua Kona

Linda Dove, Los Angeles

Konnie Kirschner-Liss, Bremerhaven

Lana Spendl, Bloomington

Abram Taber, Philadelphia

Ari Gold, Los Angeles

Forest Keegel, Maldon

Sarah Kazmi, Oslo

Muriel Louveau, Paris

Siolo Thompson, Seattle

David Williams, Joshua Tree

Stefanie Schairer, Berlin

Douglas Smith, Twentynine Palms

Corina Angela Raiciu, Bucharest

Maggie Meiners, Evanston

Nico Phooko, Johannesburg

Dante Basista, Kent

Barbara LaMorticella, Portland

Kristin Lodoen, New York

Elizabeth Austen, Seattle

Clinton Degan, Jamaica Plain

Trever Hadley, Salt Lake City

Andrew Periale, Stafford

Veronika Dorosheva, Berlin

Oz Hardwick, York

Laura Arena, Berlin

Bart Plantenga, Amsterdam

Elizabeth Joan Kelly, New Orleans

Suzanne Northcutt, Langley

Jeroen De Wandel, Ghent

Katy Ryan, Natick

Darryl Blood, Los Angeles

Pierre Leichner, Vancouver

Julie Borsa, San Diego

Michael Tomlinson, Everett

Kate Olson, Seattle

Lena Kilina, Sao Paulo

Tom Dyer, Olympia

Secret Poetess, London

Luke Palmer, New Orleans

Fiona Davies, Lawson

Camila Costa, Rio de Janeiro

Carl Chew, Seattle

Chelsea Wills, Bainbridge Island

Analia Adorni, Buenos Aires

Nairy Eivazy, Tehran

Charlie Kramer, Arlington

Leanna Keith, Seattle

Allison Tanenhaus, Boston

Tamera Bedford, Hong Kong

Kathleen Winter, Glen Ellen

Matthew Innes, Auckland

Ivana Režek, Zagreb

Tammy Theis, Vancouver

Leila Correa, Rio de Janeiro

Octavio Maya, Tlalnepantla de Baz

Helen Turnbull, Cardiff

Τhanassis Nikopoulos, Athens

Janet Morgan, Brooklyn

Annelise Jarvis Hansen, Copenhagen

Tess Taylor, El Cerrito

Ralph Klewitz, Bournemouth

Lauren Baines, San Jose

April N Gee, San Mateo

Karen Hochman Brown, Altadena

Jango Jim, Antwerp

Jane Brunette, San Rafael

Barbara Melnik Carson, Ann Arbor

Andy Spink, Oban

Brad DeFrees, Helena

Jackie Avery, Portland

Josh Engelhardt, Seattle

Lorrie Boydston, Kansas City

Martin Gantman, West Hollywood

Olga Alexander, New York

Suzie Shrubb, Chichester

Matthew Rose, Paris

Peter Teunissen, Almere

Élisabeth Eudes-Pascal, Montréal

Leah Souffrant, Brooklyn

Travis Morehead, Providence

Susan Silva, Burke

Kelly McCarthy, Louisville

Maria Jauregui Ponte, Berlin

Darrell Larson, Los Angeles

Bernadine Fox, Burnaby

Ethan Gold, Los Angeles

Nancy Y. Kim, Bologna

Judy Banker, Ann Arbor

Penelope Schott, Dufur

Brittany Bernstrom, Austin

Kate Gale, Los Angeles

LaThoriel Badenhausen, St. Charles

Therese Conte, Laguna Niguel

Meharoona Ghani, Victoria

Julia Rue, Cambridge

JosephMatick, Los Angeles

Julie Kornblum, Los Angeles

Kellie Schofield, Bieuzy

Andrea Mikyska, Prague

Annika McIntosh, Bellingham

Elizabeth Nelson, West Glover

Margaret DeLima, Kings Park

Daniel Palese, Richmond

Maya Landers, Austin

Sarah Firooz, Karaj

Adam Raitano, Portland

Rebecca Kelley, Missoula

David Richmond, Flushing

Andrea Jones, Colorado Springs

Margaret Withers, New York

Gary Duehr, Boston

Marija Kondres, Zagreb

T.R. Ryckman, Louisville

Amy Sterly, Llanfair Caereinion

Sean Appleby,Jersey City

Kasia Rymarz, Lublin

Kathy Stark, Craftsbury Common

Jacqueline van de Geer, Montreal

Emma Silverman, Washington

Dorene O'Brien, Detroit

Noëlle King, New York

Jessica Purdy, Exeter

Deb Mortl, Mequon

Abbey Andersen, Bisbee

Kate Knox, Dover

Sandy Longhorn, Little Rock

Brian Field, Fairfield

Cara Jones, Conway

Craig Buchner, Portland

Kim Roberts, Washington

Lorenzo Santoro, Rome

Lucie Bascoul, Paris

Timothy McDowell, New London

Ian Baaske, Mount Prospect

Janusz Kucharski, Piotrków Trybunalski

Mikel Touval, Paris

Mari Terauchi, Ansbach

Kelli Russell Agodon, Port Ludlow

Zach Gulaboff Davis, Jersey City

Nina Meledandri, Brooklyn

Mary Peelen, San Francisco

Kyle Woolard, West Glover

Michalis Karaiskos, Athens

Maya Ciarrocchi, Bronx

Lisa Hall, Olympia

William Hessian, Portland

Clayton Young, Huntersville

Vincent Poturica, Ukiah

Rebecca Liebmann-Smith, Brooklyn

Ernestine Louise, Oslo

James Smith, Brooklyn

Joxean Rivas, Bilbao

Donn Bennett, Vancouver

Mary Campbell, Staten Island

Michael Chinworth, North Bennington

Aleksandra Lamberg, Oslo

Brittany Baldwin, Scappoose

Levi Fuller, Seattle

Jo Gibbs, London

Moriah Cohen, Westfield

Kate Moyer, New York City

Onno Mara, Berlin

Shaun Levin, Madrid

Diana Kurz, Manhattan

Zachary Stern, Portland

Patrick Gibbs,Mountlake Terrace

Matt Price, Poulsbo

Joe MacFadzen, Salem

Fi Harvey, Petersfield

Marc Volk, Berlin

Suzanne Edison, Seattle

Allee Errico, New York City

Peter Colclasure, San Jose

Julissa Erretegui, La Plata

Lindsay Clark, Portland

Kim Fahner, Sudbury

Andre Leal, Rio de Janeiro

Lois P. Jones, Pasadena

Maria Jose Sánchez, Bogota

Eileen Dolan, Austin

Hank Willenbrink, Clarks Summit

Brittain Ashford, Brooklyn

Cristina Cusani, Naples

Vera Constantineau, City of Greater Sudbury

Robin Martin, Brooklyn

Andrew Mortimer, Cardiff

Anne Phalen, Seattle

Mary Saca, San Jose

Jessie Laurita-Spanglet, Brunswick

Robin Glassman, Accord

Sara Petitt, East Hampton

Sebastian A. Bach, Los Angeles

Kelly Fordon, Detroit

Carmen Ficara, Seattle

Leslie A Aguillard, Denver

Charles Seplowin, New York City

Matthias Pilsz, Berlin

Rekha Sameer, London

Nilson Nunes, Rio de Janeiro

Jill Slaymaker, New York

Nicole Leona Smith, Cambridge

Alaina Bixon, Palm Springs

Dulcie Belanger, Hamilton

Delfina Liderjover, Buenos Aires

Merridawn Duckler, Portland

Hurling Psycch, Satsuma

Karen Stankunas, Galiano Island

Piotr Szreniawski, Lublin

Suzanne O'Connell, Los Angeles

Cecilia Letmark, Stockholm

Karen Skolfield, Amherst

Michele Waalkes, Canton

Sheila Black, San Antonio

Dinie Wikkerink, Bredevoort

Jade Bennett, Miami

O. Yemi Tubi (MOYAT), Dagenham

Sanjana Nair, Brooklyn

Rebecca Williams, Fort Collins

Valerie Daval, Pasadena

Betsy Mars, Torrance

Slavena Salve Nissan, New York City

George Whitfield, Las Vegas

Joy Michael Ellison, Chicago

Alexis LaFlamme, Seattle

Gina Bonati, New York City

Intro to Music Theory, San Diego

Laura Van Prooyen, San Antonio

Tanya Oliveira, Hong Kong

Patricia Christakos, Cazenovia

Patricia Figueiredo, Rio de Janiero

Meg Willing, Farmington

Iris Jamahl Dunkle, Sebastople

Steffi Drerup, Leer

Zoe Guttenplan, New York

Arielle Greenberg, Belfast

Kirsi Kempkes, Antwerp

Leanne Grabel, Portland

Nancy Hart, Cambridge

Dianna Lopes-Tuohy, Elizabeth

Mia Risberg, Ann Arbor

Phillip Chamberlin, Tampa

Erin Scott, Detroit

Annelies Danielle Schubert, Paris

Megan Chapman, Edinburgh

Sara Eddy, Amherst

Aldobranti Fosco, Hampshire

Steve Huff, Columbus

Josefa Mulaire, Hastings on Hudson

Pete Moyes, Bideford

Brenda Oelbaum, Dexter

Randi Matushevitz, Los Angeles

Jenny Browne, San Antonio

Dorothee Bavinck, Haarlem

Christine Jonas, Park City

Gwynneth VanLaven, Ypsilanti

Çağıl Harmandar, Istanbul

Thom Cote, New York City

Allison Canty, Maumelle

Arlea Forbes-Prater, Indianola

Josephine Close, Los Angeles

Judy Richardson, Magdalena

Pamela Allen Brown, Brooklyn

Michelle Meged, Pittsburgh

Alice Zinnes, Brooklyn

Bora Rex, London

Jane Flanagan, Portland

Melissa Weiss, Providence

Emily Granger, Sydney

Sally Ball, Phoenix

Francesca Bell, Novato

Anne Munka, Leipzig

Lynnda Pardoe, Chicago

Patricia Bender, Somerset

Pauline Palko, Waymart

Kate Steinbach, Austin

Zoran Dragelj, Vancouver

Sarah Haskell, York

Susan Timmins, Burra Isle, Shetland

Gabriela Kreutzberger, Santiago

Sophia Allison, Los Angeles

Stephan Nance, Portland

Sarah Sarai, New York City

Laura McCandlish, Brunswick

Christina Soriano, Winston-Salem

Jaim Hackbart, Omaha

Ivan Tucakov, Vancouver

Paige Moore Houston

Amy E. Davis, Los Angeles

Kathleen Jansyn, New York City

Oriana White, Vancouver

Helen Klebesadel, Madison

Risa Denenberg, Sequim

Liam Shaw, Houston

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Stephen Theis, Madison

Ellen Alt, New York

Aunia Kahn, Eugene

Marie-Eve Jetzer, Weissenburg

Julia Prendergast, Melbourne

Deirdre Colgan Jones, Chicago

Yelena Boiko, Montreal

Mary Buchinger, Cambridge

Joy Katz, Pittsburgh

Mohamed Assani, Vancouver

Roxane Permar, Shetland Islands

Chelcie Porter, Chattanooga

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Arthur C. Lee, Portland

Susan Landgraf, Auburn

Jean Dana, Saratoga

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Ojo Gabriel, Ibadan City

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Terri Pollack, Kansas City

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Athena Currier, Minneapolis

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Howard Lipp & Ena Vie, Los Angeles

John Davis, Bainbridge Island

Leslie Hill, Seattle

Julia Benton, Oakland

Laurie Talbot Hall, Middleton

Maxine Woogman, Vancouver

Laura Fisher, Los Angeles

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Enda O'Donoghue, Berlin

Carol Dorf, Berkley

David P. Miller, Boston

Michael Blasi, Los Angeles

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Ian Belknap, Chicago

Chris Ivey, Pittsburgh

Diana Kroshilova, Moscow

Nicole Callihan, Essex

Erin Scott, Detroit

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Logan K. Young, Centreville

Farah Ware, Redmond

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Susanna Kittredge, Waltham

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Don Seastrum, Gunnion

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Ann Tweedy, Vermillion

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Maneesa Veeravel, Toronto

Debby Bacharach, Seattle

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Joan Fraser, Brae

Wania Shaikh, Hyderabad

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Leah Poller, New York City

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Nancy Murphy, Los Angeles

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Rich Watts, Shillingstone

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Tim Tomlinson, Brooklyn

Karren Alenier, Washington DC

Polly Edwards, Edinburgh

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Max Doulis, Portland

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Airea D. Matthews, Philadelphia

Mary McDonald, London

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Daisy Krikun, New York City

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Ana Gnjatovic, Belgrade

Ni Shan, Los Angeles

Lou Paul, Bern

Loc Dao, Amarillo

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Natasha Boskic, Vancouver

David Forlano, Santa Fe

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Nick Jaina, Oakland

Cindy Rinne, San Bernadino

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Elena Rondini, Cagliari

Clare Yow, Vancouver

Hiram Larew, Churchton

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Pamela Petro, Northampton

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Polly Alice McCann, Kansas City

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Ali Motamedi, New York City

Kate Temple, Mill Valley

Liam McKahey, Canberra

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Nada Swerdlow, Sierra Madre

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Elizabeth Schmuhl, Detroit

Carlyn Clark, La Canada Flintridge

Carmem Mattos, Minas Gerais

Lisa Sheets, Woodinville

Michelle McQuade Dewhirst, Green Bay

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Kimberly Santini, Lake Orion

Jessica Snow, San Francisco

Levan Amashukeli, Tbilisi

Luisa A. Igloria, Norfolk

Will Cordeiro, Flagstaff

Annie Allen Clark, Lincoln

Bonnie Nish, Vancouver

Debbie Greco, Guilford

Joy Dworkin, Tacoma

Richard Murphy, Anchorage

Melissa Lakey, Yucca Valley

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Mike Peacock, North Vancouver

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Victoria Theodore, Los Angeles

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Mary Duffy, Vancouver

Valerie Cotrina, Melbourne

Michael Namkung, Portland

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Mary Bennett, Vancouver

August Bramhoff, Vancouver

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Kelly Lenox, Milwaukie

Annie Simon, Brooklyn

Alissa Butterworth, Billerica

Olga Lupi, Cuillé

Keiichi Nakamura, Tokyo

Patricia Izzo, Wyandotte

Deb Capman, Brant Beach

Kim Triedman, Boston

Leah Reynolds, Columbus

Tijana Mrvošević, Nikšić

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Molly Turner, New York City

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Mehlinda Heartt, Vancouver

Chris Ivey, Pittsburgh

Joanna Solfrian, Brooklyn

Tracey Kessler, Sausalito

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Sante Scardillo, New York City

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Jan Freeman, Ashfield

Tony Martinez, Tucson

Pamela Hobart Carter, Seattle

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Stewart Allen, York

Keith Hall, Calgary

Timothy Ralphs, Vancouver

Diane Meyer, Los Angeles

Henry Simonds, Pittsburgh

Frank Simes, Sierra Madre

Giuseppe Mongiello, Eremiti

Andrea Kielpinski, Little Rock

David Berube, Bristol

Kevin J. O'Conner, Bellingham

Adelaide Murphy Tyrol, Plainfield

Kristi Ponder, St. Louis

Regina Gilligan, Richmond

Jessa DeLuca, Chicago

Lisa Di Donato, New York City

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Maja Bosnić, Belgrade

Marcia Mueller, Issaquah

Annie Kloppenberg, Town

Deirdre Colgan Jones, Chicago

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James Kelly Pitts, Seattle

Loren Dann, Woodbury

Kristina Lazarevic, Berane

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Elizabeth Spreen, Los Altos

Sarah Valeri, Brooklyn

Celia Crane, Rochester

Jay Rosenberg, Cambridge

Marta Carvajal, Detroit

Ana Persona, São Paulo

Kallie Falandays, Porto

Jane Wiley, Boston

Jenna Sedlack, Chicago

Chris Carter, Glen Gardner

Julia Debling, Bristol

Sarah Frazier, Bloomfield

Patricia Bunin, Altadena

Jasmine Ronel, Tel Aviv

Silvia Lopez Chavez, Boston

Inês Miguel Oliveira, London

Christine Poreba, Chicago

Shi Pratt, Oslo

Joanne Brown, Vancouver

Michelle Lesnak, Montpelier

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Ann Hudson, Evanston

Jill Tattersall, York

Kelsey Wyman, Seattle

Caleb Nussear, Brooklyn

Karina Brzostowski, Dubai

Stefania Migliorati, Berlin

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Meri Miller, Moscow

Mark Hardy, Chicago

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Stéphane Dichamp, Philadelphia

Alessandra Breviario, Farnham

Manuel Vignoulle, New York City

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Dario Pejic, Pula

Rhea Gupte, Goa

Liz Mares, Chicago

Rachel Nip, Singapore

Laura Letinsky, Chicago

Susan Hensel, Minneapolis

Judith Alessandra Muriel Annoni, Milano

Charlotte von Szczepanski, London

Rasmus Kjaer, Copenhagen

Markas Michmel, London

Antonia DaSilva, Orleans

Gil Monteverde, Porto

Daniel Potts, Leeds

Elena Giacometti, Lavagna

Tori Holder, Los Angeles

Cameron Naylor, Leeds

Erica Jewell, Lisbon

Lazarus Acres, Melbourne

Eoin O'Dowd, Helsinki

Alexey Kochetkov, Berlin

Kathleen Miller, Mountain View

Adriana Mosquera, Mexico City

Valentini Argyropoulou, Malta Island

Eva Wang, Glasgow

Aurora Levins Morales, Maricao

Kanata Eco-creation, Montreal

Jennifer Gillooly Cahoon, East Providence

Anne Herzbluth, Lübeck

Jennifer Lewis, San Francisco

Jacqueline Rios, Tijuana

Noortje Stortelder, Rotterdam

Ben Baker, Rochester

Josh Gumiela, Saint Paul

Michelle Caron-Pawlowsky, Montreal

Wilson Marks, Austin

Jenni Kivelä, Helsinki

Sarah Crofts, Brooklyn

Karen Dana, Chicago

Anna Hoffman, Kassel

Jamela Law, Hong Kong

Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán, Tulsa

Molly Benson, El Cerrito

Olivia Faye Lathuillère, Montreal

Charisse Foo, Singapore

Macie Matthews, Folsom

Ella Carty, Falmouth