Emily Creek is a cultural anthropologist, originally from Wisconsin who received her MA from the University of Denver. She studied dance and performance art in the Nordic region with a mixed methodology of participating in performances, interviewing, and using various theoretical frameworks. While in Iceland, she worked and performed with French Musician Gérald Kuridan and the Reykjavik edition of the Hot Bodies of the Future Choir, an international network of feminist choirs. She also had the opportunity to perform in a piece titled "Mothership" by Icelandic performance artist Anna Kolfinna Kurna, a piece that combats cat-calling in the street. She is excited to engage with Denver artists and share their stories with the city, and believes that there is no work more rewarding than exploring the role of art in everyday lives.