Jewel Ham is a multimedia visual artist and recent Summa Cum Laude graduate from Howard University. Interested in using her work as a means of reparation, she is passionate about increasing accessibility to visual arts in Black and brown communities, as well as utilizing visual art as a means of outreach, activism, and empowerment. Her artwork is produced with careful intent, approaching narrative portraiture as an act of resistance.

Legendary rapper and singer M$. Tee has had her foot in the door of music since 1993. Known as the First Lady of Cash Money, M$. Tee was the first female artist to sign to Cash Money Records at the age of 14. Although leaving the label due to mistreatment and underpayment, M$. Tee continued independently to develop her 2000 break-out album “Don’t Get Mad, Get Even”. In pairing soulful vocals with uncensored truths, Ms. Tee carries her southern upbringing into her work, continuing to strive to share her unique sound across generations. The original hot girl has worked with artists like Lil Wayne, Pimp Daddy, Big Freedia, Fiend, and many many more.