Diana Oh

The Dope North Star Workshop

PRICE: Pay What You Want
DATE: December 1 | 7:00 pm ET


DESCRIPTION: What is your true calling, your purpose, your dharma, your gifts, your authentic expressions self? Through a series of effective exercises aimed at recognizing your singular powerful voice, you will arrive at a clear vision of you so you can live an energized life of clarity, fulfillment, and empowerment as an artist. This Masterclass will change your life for the better no matter where you are in life or in your career. Oh has led this masterclass across cities and ages, to artists and non-artists alike, of multiple disciplines: for curators at The Museum of Fine Arts, for writers at The Public Theater, for artists and staff at The Sundance Institute, for the theatre department at Syracuse University, for hybrid artists at MCC Youth Company, for students who don't identify as artists at Smith College, for artists and staff at Developing Artists, for multi-disciplinarian students and staff at Fordham University, for actors at The Shakespeare Academy at Stratford and for one-on-one clients.

BIO: Diana Oh (they/she) is a multi-genre performer, punk goddex, singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and creator of performance, installation, concert, ritual, and party. An open channel to the art that feels good to their body. A feeder of the soul. A non-conforming free spirit. Passionate about decolonizing & queering processes, Oh is driven most by pleasure, mutual care, and keeping things heart-centered. Oh is the creator and performer of {my lingerie play} with national underground installations and concerts staged in an effort to provide a safer, more courageous world for women, queer, trans, and non-binary humans to live in; Clairvoyance (her year-long installation, concert series, and tree planting in Harvard Yard, the Boston Public Library, Institute of Contemporary Art, Harvard Arboretum, and A.R.T.); Infinite Love Party: an intentional barefoot potluck dinner, dance party, and sleepover for QTPOC and their allies (Bushwick Starr); Asian People Are Not Magicians (mic.com); and My H8 Letter 2 the Gr8 American Theatre (The Public Theater). TV/Film: “Queering,” “How to Be Single” (with Dakota Johnson), “New York Is Dead” (Tribeca Film Fest with Ana Gasteyer), “Hey Yun” (feat. On Janet Mock), “Unicornland” (feat. Medium). As a Refinery29 top LGBTQ influencer, the first queer Korean-American interviewed on Korean broadcast radio, a Tow fellow (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre), Van Lier Fellow in acting (Asian American Arts Alliance), Venturous Capital Fellow, Sundance Institute Fellow, Writer with The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit and EWG, Oh tours with their art in unexpected spaces and enjoys not fitting into boxes. The New York Times calls Oh “irreverent,” you can call her “friend.”

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