Mentorship team in collaboration at Artcura Incubator Program
Kecya Felix Donnelly
Artist, founder, and certified facilitator ULAB Awareness-based Systems Change at Artcura Incubator
Kecya Felix Donnelly (K Sea Ya) was born in Minas Gerais, Brazil, and has lived in California, United States, since 2015.
K Sea Ya, is a transdisciplinary artist who initiates, facilitates, and designs Artcura Incubator and practices.
She is a facilitator certified by U School for transformation MIT U-Lab 1x Awareness-based System Change and creator of Artcura and The Liminal Theater practices.
Since 2020, her creative work has flourished alongside multidisciplinary projects involving change and leadership from the awareness and transformative regenerative capabilities from artists and interdisciplinary groups evolving towards ecosystem-based practices.
Integral Consciousness & Art
Jeremy Johnson is an editor, author, and philosopher who writes about integral futures and planetary cultures. He is the author of Seeing Through the World: Jean Gebser and Integral Consciousness, the president of the Jean Gebser Society, managing editor at Integral Leadership Review, and publisher at Integral Imprint. Jeremy is currently working on his next book, Fragments of an Integral Future, and pursuing his doctorate in Philosophy and Religion at CIIS.
Reconomy & Fluxonomia 4D
Melissa Bivar is a Social Entrepreneur consultant for regenerative projects and
businesses. She is the co-founder of Social Contemporâneo ReDesign de Negócios and
TERRA, from where she facilitates
co-creative processes at Dragon Dreaming, Fluxonomia 4D applying concepts on new economies and ways of creating, implementing, and sustaining
businesses initiatives for a humanized, collaborative, regenerative, and just world.
Melissa is also a member of HUB Transition Brazil and Reconomy, an initiative that boosts the strengthening of the local economy through regenerative network entrepreneurship.
Ven. Tenzin Namjong
Mindfulness & Dharma
Born and raised in Hawaii, Venerable Tenzin Namjong has lived in India for sixteen years. He had studied and trained in Zen and Theravadin Buddhist traditions before embracing the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. He was ordained as a bhikkhu (fully ordained monk) by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Princeton University and is now in the fifteenth year of the Geshe study program in Buddhist Philosophy and Practice at Sera Je Monastery in Bylakuppe, India. He is a registered teacher within the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) and regularly teaches worldwide students.
Art & Manifestos
Paulo is currently living in São Paulo, Brazil. He is a cultural activist, cultural journalist, critic, curator, and mentor in visual, performing, and poetic arts. He currently mentors, curates, and develops projects with artists and institutions in Brazil.