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Johanna Kepler

Johanna Kepler is an entrepreneur, artist, and leader in the digital fashion industry. Kepler has a unique perspective starting out as a performing and visual artist. Kepler is currently the CEO of Digital Drip Fashion House. Kepler is a graduate of the University of Michigan class of 2020 with a BFA in Dance Performance and a minor in Latino Studies. 


During her time at the University of Michigan Kepler founded and served as president of a student organization called Arts in Color. Kepler served as a Diversity and Inclusion ambassador for the School of Music Theater and Dance. She also served on the Student Board for the Office of Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the President’s Office. In 2018 she was awarded the MLK Jr Spirit Award by the North Campus Deans for her work in performing arts and activism. In 2018 Johanna was the recipient of the UMS 21st Century Artist Internship and worked at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago


Kepler's most recent professional choreography includes a piece for Bosoma Dance Company entitled Permission to Evolve that was presented at the Boston Center for the Arts in 2022. In 2018 Kepler choreographed the first all black and brown dance piece called Through Our Eyes at the annual SMTD Collage concert for Michigan alumni, donors, and students at Hill auditorium. In 2019 Kepler choreographed the Musket production of Cabaret. In 2019 her solo piece Through My Eyes was selected to perform at the American College Dance Association Festival conference gala. In 2021 Kepler performed in the premiere of The Wheel of Time live event in Times Square New York. 


In 2020 Kepler founded an interview series project called The Power of the Performing Arts: Uniting Artists While Apart. This interview series documents the stories of over 300 professional performing artists from all over the world and aims to raise awareness of how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the performing arts. In October of 2020 Kepler was a speaker for the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Summit. Kepler was also a student speaker for the class of 2020


After moving to New York City in the fall of 2020 Kepler completed an internship with Camille A. Brown and Dancers and Broadway Dreams. Kepler also served as the Executive Assistant for the Executive Director of American Ballet Theatre and worked as a Marketing associate for American Ballet Theatre. Kepler was also featured in the book The Queen’s English by Chloe O. Davis. 

In 2021 Kepler saw a unique opportunity with the emergence of Web3 to help empower artists through this new digital landscape and combine her passion for the arts with her love of the fashion and tech industry. Kepler co-founded Digital Drip Fashion House with blockchain industry leader Kyle Sonlin. Digital Drip Fashion House is a pioneer Web3 fashion company focused on empowering artists and leveraging unique customer experiences to build a retail fashion company both in the physical and digital world. In 2022 Digital Drip had their first in person event during Art Basel Miami called The Digital Drip Experience. Digital Drip partnered with Spatial to produce a metaverse fashion show, digital gallery with 25 artists and AR try on stations by Zero.10 App and JEVELS. The Digital Drip Experience press release was featured in Bloomberg, Market Watch, Nasdaq and more.

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