Felecia Lenee, better know as Fe Love to her fans is the host and creator of the Artist Eclectic pLAygROUND, a “pop-up” event space that supports new as well as established artists and innovative entrepreneurs primarily in the Pasadena and Greater Los Angeles area. Felecia is on the Leadership Team of Compassionate California, where she has recently partnered with the Posts for Peace and Justice to support Compassionate ARTS In Action project. Through arts and mentoring she has focused on youth leadership and social justice issues. Felecia recently, produced a Youth Summit, Compassion In Action, that unified many cultures and generations along with allies of Black Lives Matter and the LAPD all in solidarity to promote racial equality, specifically as it concerns Black Lives here in America. Felecia Lenee is a healer and a licensed massage therapist with a focus on energy balancing. She is very much hands on when taking compassionate action within the community. In February of 2015, Felecia Lenee was hospitalized due to an autoimmune illness, that left her paralyzed in a wheelchair for three months. Inspired by her own personal recovery story, she has returned to the stage performing “motivational” stand-up comedy and spoken word. Felecia is very passionate about the arts and inspiring others to feel comfortable expressing their true voice. As a result of her phenomenal recovery in such a remarkably short period of time, Felecia has developed an experience to help others free themselves and help reduce and in some cases alleviate pain and discomfort in their bodies completely through a specific treatment, she calls "Mind Massages". It has been very effective to those suffering from insomnia, depression and physical ailments such as joint pain, inflammation, fatigue, etc. Another benefit to her work is that she is able to work with her clients virtual and onsite through her guided "Mind Massages" and still received amazing results. In 2016-2017 Felecia spent six months sharing her gifts and talents in Seattle, Washington as an Artist in Residence with the Infinitely Well Network.
Kira Carrillo Corser
Kira D. Carrillo Corser is a California based artist who is known for her social and environmental justice projects combining photography, painting, video and installations with community and civic partnerships and documented outcomes. Her work is based in promoting hope, while giving communities a visual voice grounded in grass roots reality: fighting poverty, prejudice, gangs, war and injustice. She has a Masters in Fine Art, and Bachelors degree in Journalism. Her work has been on national broadcasts with President Clinton and President Carter, in the Smithsonian, the National Steinbeck Center, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Carter Center. Her work has won many awards and she co-founded 2 collaborative ongoing projects: Posts for Peace and Justice and Sea Changes ACT.
Laurie Marshall is a Creative Activist and Lead Artist with Create Peace Project, a non-profit that does peace building through art around the world. She is the founder of the Singing Tree Project, a collaborative mural process inspired by the structure of trees. Communities make a shared vision of success around issues of concern. 17,000 people from 50 countries have made 47 Singing Tree murals. www.singingtreeproject.org
Franceska Gamez, Daniel Paniagua, Miguel "Bounce" Perez, Shaun Burner