Kween Moore

Art Director, Artist, and Teacher in Newark, NJ

Kween Moore

Art Director, Artist, and Teacher in Newark, NJ

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Urban Kween Brand //Urban Creative Arts Workshops

Curator, Interdisciplinary Artist, Poet and Arts Educator, Kween Moore, leads a life dedicated to the arts and its communal impact. Through workshops and creative sessions, Moore produces content that challenges events andtopics considered to be controversial or too difficult to discuss using the creative process.

Kween is Co-Founder and Lead Curator for FEMME CURATOR ARTS (FCA), a curatorial collective of dynamic art educators and enthusiasts that have produced art exhibitions for many galleries throughout the Tri-state areawith an eclectic, afro-centric, decidedly feminist, artistic point of view.

Kween, along with co-curator and artistDanielle Scott and producer Eion Haynes, created experiences during the annual Newark Arts Festival and isconsistently named as one of the top must-see exhibitions. Perfectly paired with some of Newark's top spokenword artists, live musicians, performers, visual artists, dancers and chefs, FCA has created a highly attendedimmersive, interactive, Newark Arts Festival weekend experience for the past four years.

As an individual artist, Kween’s expression of language and words are deeply rooted in her passion for poetry expressed via her life's experiences. She has been requested to perform for Mayor Ras J. Baraka’s 2nd Inaugural [City of Newark's Office of Cultural Affairs] Domestic Violence Awareness Conference in [2017], the 2nd annual New Jersey WaterWorks Conference in 2018, the “Women In Support Ras J. Baraka” Fundraiser Brunch, the first-ever NewarkEconomic Development Corporation’s "All Things Newark" Gala, Newark Museum’s “Live Out Loud” Tribute foriconic artist, the late Jerry Gant, the opening of Newark’s Shani Baraka Women’s Resource Center, and the City ofNewark’s LGBTQ Press Conference in 2018. She’s hosted on Hip Hop Day at the 12 th Annual Lincoln ParkMusic Festival, served as an Arts Facilitator for NJPAC's Lobby Project’s "Slut The Play" and the Grass Roots GirlsCamp.

Kween was commissioned to produce an art installation for the 2018 Newark Arts’ AnnualFundraising Gala themed "Flashes of Genius" which honored retiring Ellen Lambert, the former Chief DiversityOfficer at PSEG. She is featured among 50 interdisciplinary music artists captured in the upcoming Lincoln ParkCoast Cultural District historic photo and short documentary film entitled Lincoln Park Music Speaks presents... READ MORE

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