Gregory was recently featured in and interviewed by Cleveland's LGBTQA+ Magazine, PRIZM. Review the full article here.
National Arts Strategies (NAS) is excited to announce the 101 arts leaders accepted into the 2019 Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy. The class, which represents 3 countries, 31 states and the District of Columbia, is the largest in program history. Congrats Gregory King, on being accepted into this program. To read more about Gregory's acceptance into … Continue reading Acceptance into the 2019 Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy
SHOW US YOUR SPINES is a month-long writer residency + reading in collaboration with the SF Public Library’s Hormel Center. For a month QTIPOC writers work with Hormel Center LGBTQIA archives around a specific queer theme, writing/producing a piece that will then be read/presented the following month at the Hormel Center. SHOW US YOUR SPINES … Continue reading Show Us Your Spines
Gregory has recently been recognized by Kent State's University College and Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with the 2018 Creative Contribution Award. Gregory will receive the award on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the Kent State University Hotel and Conference Center. The Outstanding Creative Contribution Award is given annually and recognizes an individual/organization that has developed unique … Continue reading Kent State Creative Contribution Award Recognition
SEPTEMBER 30-OCTOBER 7, 2018 The Kent Dance ensemble, under the artistic direction of Gregory, has recently invited Christopher Huggins and Daniel Harder, two internationally known dancers, to set a piece on the ensemble for their April 2019 concert. Both Huggins and Harder have been members of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. For more information, … Continue reading Kent Dance Ensemble Welcomes Guest Artists Christopher Huggins and Daniel Harder
Gregory has been selected to take part of the San Francisco Public Library's "Show Us Your Spines" Residency. This residency joins Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPOC) writers to work with the Hormel Center LGBT archives around a specific queer theme and then write/produce a piece to be be read/presented the following month at the Hormel Center. … Continue reading “Show Us Your Spines” Residency
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 The Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA) in the Department of Pan-African Studies at Kent State University announces the Lunch and Learn presentation schedule for Fall 2018. This semester will feature two presentations from Kent State University faculty from the school of theatre and dance, and the college of education, health, … Continue reading Digital Activism: Black Bodies Reclaiming Public Places