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AMDA Faculty since: 2019
Marlo De Lara is a sound performance artist and experimental filmmaker from Baltimore, Maryland. Her research areas focus on personal/social histories/narratives, critical race theory, postcolonial studies, racial trauma, and Black feminist theory.
De Lara is a 2021-22 fellow at the Intercultural Leadership Institute, which cultivates an inclusive intercultural space to provide multiple generations of BIPOC artists, culture bearers and other arts professionals the skills, support, knowledge, and agency to confidently respond to and initiate approaches to address complex cultural questions.
She is also an active member of Women of Color in the Arts, Sonic Cyberfeminisms, and the British Association of Film, Television, and Screen Studies.
Ph.D., Critical Cultural Studies, University of Leeds
M.A., Psychosocial Studies, University of Essex
B.A., Theatre/Performance, Bard College at Simon’s Rock