We look forward to seeing you this September at &Now: Points of Convergence!
Registration is now open. Please visit Ticketspice to reserve your pass and order boxed lunches.
Complete conference details, including travel, accessibility, and technology information, can be found at the conference website: andnowfestival.com.
General Inquiries: andnowfestival2019@gmail.com.
Registration questions: iasinfo@uw.edu.


Ananya Garg

Ananya Garg is a young queer Indian poet and spoken word performance artist who sees her QTPOC arts community as a central force in her healing process. She has appeared in Tasveer's 2018 Yoni Ki Baat, directed by Uma Rao, Tasveer's Subcontinental Drift, and Yoni Ki Baat 2018 in San Francisco at the Tenderloin Museum. She has also appeared in the ASUW Womxn's Action Commission's "The ____ Monologues," Lavish: A QTPOC Arts Showcase hosted by the Q Center at the University of Washington, the Viva La Healing Conference at the Ethnic Cultural Theatre, and more. She has read at Hugo House, Gay City, and featured with YouthSpeaks Seattle. She has taught poetry and art through the Asian Pacific Environmental Network in the Bay Area, and was a Servant Leader Educator for the Washington Building Leaders of Change Children Defense Fund Seattle Freedom Schools this summer. For more info, visit ananyagarg.com.