Brittney Frantece is a writer, artist, educator, curator, and Ph.D. candidate at University of Washington (UW). Her dissertation specializes in Black speculative literary and visual arts. She explores this archive to examine the new ways of thinking, being, and knowledge productions Black imaginations offer. She has conducted workshops, programs, and courses for UW, Seattle Community Colleges, The Northwest School, and Henry Art Gallery-- including Ritual: Form and Function. Her writing has appeared in Variable West, Black Embodiments Studios Journals, Hawai‘i Review chapbooks, and various art writing collections. She curated Black Invention in 3 Parts (2023) at SOIL Art Gallery, Portraits of Ecstatic Feeling: Al Smith Collection (2022) for MOHAI and Queer Imaginations (2021) at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery in Seattle.
- Student Awards and Achievements - May 25, 2021