Mykiiie is a singer/rapper/musician from Los Angeles, Ca. She started writing songs in 2011 in the midst of journaling, trying to find her way back to God. She began sharing her music with others to see if they could relate and that she wasn’t alone in dealing with the obstacles she was facing in life. Her music is real, relatable and relevant and the ultimate goal through her music is to point people to Jesus Christ.
Devon Tsuno is a Los Angeles-native. His spray paint and acrylic paintings, installations, and community projects focus on the LA watershed, Japanese American history, water, and native vs. non-native vegetation. Tsuno’s long-term interest in issues of access to public space, fishing and bodies of water in the LA area has been central to his work with the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, The Music Center, Theodore Payne Foundation, and the grantLOVE Project. Tsuno is a 2017 Santa Fe Art Institute Water Rights Artist-In-Residence, is the 2016 SPArt Community Grantee and was awarded a 2014 California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Art. Tsuno has exhibited extensively in the US and abroad at the Hammer Museum Venice Beach Biennial, Current: LA Water Public Art Biennial, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Denk Gallery, U.S. Embassy in New Zealand, and Gallery Lara in Tokyo. His work has been featured in Artillery Magazine, X-TRA Journal and Notes on Looking. He received an MFA from Claremont Graduate University in 2005 and a BFA from California State University Long Beach in 2003. Tsuno is currently an Assistant Professor of Art and Design at California State University Dominguez Hills and founder/co-director of the CSUDH PRAXIS art engagement program.