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Elizabeth Jarrett is a community oriented curator, director, and scenic designer born and raised in Atlanta, GA. Her work is focussed around physical space and how people interact with it. Elizabeth was a founding member of The Collective Project, Inc, the first resident theater company at The Goat Farm Arts Center and was a participant of The Millennial Trains Project in 2014, where she traveled via rail around the country researching public art in various cities. She is also a three- time resident of the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences and recently presented work at the Ionian Center for Arts and Culture in Kefelonia, Greece.

She graduated with a BA in Theater and Performance Studies from Kennesaw State University. Theatrical credits include The New York Theatre of Actors, Serenbe Playhouse, Synchronicity Theatre, Aurora Theatre, Dad’s Garage and various other strange events and places.

Elizabeth also serves as Executive Director for non-profit Deer Bear Wolf, a multi-faceted art production company, and produces and directs the popular immersive theatre series, Transgression.

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