Ian Matchett s a graduate of the University of Michigan’s School of Art and Design. His paintings explore the connections between radical movements and individuals of the past and present. When the past is forgotten, or remembered only as a distorted caricature, our ability to unify and act in the present is crippled.

 

Craig E. Ross, (also known as Dumpster Pizza Press) is a printmaker, cartoonist, and editor at Red Wedge Magazine. Currently living in St. Louis, Missouri, Ross works mainly in woodblock printmaking as well as various digital mediums. They received a BFA in Printmaking from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and has self-published various comics and zines such as the acclaimed STEAL AWAY: The Visions of Nat Turner. They also run the "Red Wedge Comix" blog at Red Wedge.

Anna Maria Tucker is an artist whose work includes painting, installation and performance; confronting stereotypes and trauma. She received her BFA from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale Illinois and is an MFA candidate at the Sam Fox School of Art and Design at Washington University in St Louis.

 

Adam Turl is an artist and writer currently living in St. Louis, Missouri, an editor at Red Wedge Magazine and a recent MFA graduate from the Sam Fox School of Art and Design at Washington University. Turl was recently awarded a residency at the Cité internationale des Arts in Paris. He writes the "Evicted Art Blog" at Red Wedge. His most recent exhibitions include "Thirteen Baristas" at the Brett Wesley Gallery in Las Vegas, Nevada and "Kick the Cat" at Project 1612 in Peoria, Illinois.