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Special Guests


JORGE GARZA (aka Qetza, Qetza Art), is an Illustrator/Storyteller from Indiana. Jorge is known for an art style mashing up Aztec art and pop culture called Azteca Pop. Jorge’s art went viral with his Azteca Pop drawings of various cultural icons and his ongoing art series highlighting essential and frontline workers. His artwork was exhibited at the National Museum of Mexican art in Chicago. He also writes and draws his own comic book creations. He was a featured artist in the Wakanda Forever Gallery by Disney and IHEARTCOMIX following the release of Black Panther Wakanda Forever in 2022.


Marlena Myles is a self-taught Native American (Spirit Lake Dakota/Mohegan/Muscogee) artist located in St Paul, Minnesota. Her art brings modernity to Indigenous history, languages, and oral traditions while using the land as a teacher.
Her professional work includes public art, children’s books, augmented reality, murals, fabrics, and animations. Her first permanent site-specific augmented reality public art installation known as the Dakota Spirit Walk is available on the Revelo AR app.

In 2021, she opened her own Dakota publishing company called Wíyouŋkihipi (We Are Capable) Productions to create a platform that educates and honors the culture, language, and history of Dakota people.


Welcoming the Season 6 winner of Face Off!
Rashaad Santiago Studio is a Leading Internationally Recognized creator of Special effects Make up, as well as Character Replicas.
Rashaad Santiago Studio specializes in Creature suits and Special effects make-up for Tv, Music Videos, and Film. Over the last 14 years, Rashaad Santiago has become a leader in artistic quality and value in the special effects industry. His 5,000-square-foot facility in Batavia, New York is home to a creative team of skilled artists and craftsmen. He works in many different styles, producing two or three-dimensional pieces, and a wide range of art that includes sculpture, carpentry, and metalwork.




Wendy Pini @elfquest has been drawing literally since the age of two, and has worked for Marvel, DC, First Comics, Comico, Ace, Berkley, Tor Books, and many other publishers. She is the co-creator, writer, artist, and colorist for the long-running fantasy graphic novel series "ElfQuest," widely acknowledged as “the first American manga.” She wrote and painted two "Beauty and the Beast" graphic novels, based on the original TV series, as well as a critically acclaimed 400-page dark, futuristic reimagining of Poe's "Masque of the Red Death," currently in development with an award-winning team as a thriller for the musical theatre. Most recently she story-edited scripts for Season One of Dagaz Media and’s 10-episode Audio Movie adaptation of the first ElfQuest novelization, “Journey to Sorrow’s End.”




Danielle Boyer is a 22-year-old Indigenous (Ojibwe) robotics inventor and advocate for youth who has been teaching kids since she was ten. Driven by her families own inability to afford science and technology education, she is passionate about making education accessible and representative for her community so that no child is left behind. Danielle creates equitable and innovative learning solutions for Indigenous youths with robots that she designs, manufactures, and gives away for free. In 2019, she created The STEAM Connection, a minority and youth-led charity that has reached hundreds of thousands of children worldwide with technical education with an emphasis on language revitalization.

Danielle has been named one of PEOPLE Magazine's Girls Changing the World, a MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellow, a L'oreal Paris Woman of Worth, a Teen Vogue Indigenous Youth Changemaker, and a Verizon Forward for Good Winner. She is a two-time invitee of the White House and is currently working on a documentary with MIT Solve. She resides between both Southern California and Michigan.


Futrism Fashion Showcase

June 11th, 2023                                  7pm-9pm

Drag Performance               Fashion & Cosplay            Black Light Powwow

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