Kata (Katalin) Juhasz is a Hungarian theater artist and the founder of ‘The Company’. A dancer and choreographer, Kata enjoys surprising her audience with her unique ways of conveying creative playfulness.
As a freelance photojournalist, Elyor Nematov is interested in human rights, anthropology and personal stories. In 2012 he received a grant from Open Society Foundation’s Documentary Photography Project and began his current examination of migrant laborers from Central Asia. His project, I Am A Foreigner, addressed the issues and daily problems of migrants in Russia. Often undocumented, these workers can become subject to hazardous conditions and illegal situations.
Elyor also works with students at the American University in Central Asia to develop their photojournalistic skills. Besides his contributions to photo magazines and publishing houses in Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, his work recently appeared on the pages of The Guardian and among Getty Images.
Elyor continued to document migrant workers during his residency in the US. He also was interested in seeing diverse U.S. cultures and subcultures, and in sharing ideas with local photographers.
Amir Nizar Zuabi is an award-winning theater writer and director, the Artistic Director of ShiberHur, and served as Associate Director of Young Vic London (2009 – 2017). He is also a member of Union of Theatres of Europe (UTE) for artistic achievement, an artistic advisor for the Palestinian National Theatre, and an alumni of Sundance Theatre Lab.