Natasha A. Kelly is a writer, curator and scholar-activist. Her work combines theory and practice to draw connections between art, academia and society. She is artistic director of the theater series, “May Sisters,” in honor of the Ghanaian-German poet May Ayim. Her debut film, Milli’s Awakening (Millis Erwachen), premiered at the 76th Berlin Biennale in 2018 and has since been exhibited at the Museum for Modern Art in Frankfurt.
Scholar-Activist & Filmmaker