Choreographer, Dance Artist, Curator
Jade Solomon Curtis is a choreographer, dance artist and curator interested in the body as an artifact of memory, space and time. Through the lens of a contemporary Black woman, the integration of Black vernacular movements with contemporary dance, innovative technology and Hip Hop cultural influences her works ponder tradition and reinvention, social justice, social constructs as well as intuition and logic- often resulting in the subversion of an idea.
Solomon Curtis is the founder of Solo Magic, a non-profit arts initiative that collaborates with innovative artists to create socially relevant work, “Activism is the Muse”. She is also the creator and curator of the Radical Black Femme Project (www.RBFP.org), a global residency program that supports creative work in the realm of resisting racism, subverting transphobia, and supporting justice, safety, and equity with an emphasis on counter culture conversations.