Johanna Kepler is from Brookline, Massachusetts. Johanna attended the University of Michigan as a Dance major and Latino Studies minor, class of 2020. In 2018 Johanna founded Arts in Color, a student organization at the University of Michigan committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion within the arts, specifically dance. Johanna was a University Music Society 21st Century Artist Intern with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago 2018. Johanna has choreographed for events and shows such as The Power Center show Latin Xpressions 2020, and the Musket production of Cabaret 2019. In 2020 Johanna founded The Power of the Performing Arts: Uniting Artists While Apart (TPOTPA) interview series project. Johanna interviewed over 300 professional performing artists about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2021 Johanna interned with Camille A. Brown and Dancers as well as Broadway Dreams. Johanna currently works for American Ballet Theatre in Marketing.
Digital Art and Fashion
Johanna is the co-founder and CEO of a decentralized digital fashion house called Digital Drip. Johanna is an expert in digital fashion and meta fashion. Johanna is a leader in the digital fashion industry and is constantly working to build communities of forward-thinking fashion lovers and creatives to develop the next revolution in the fashion industry. Johanna is working with the tech and finance industry to use blockchain technology to transcend the way we think about and experience fashion today.
Johanna is passionate about building platforms for people to connect and experience art in the most authentic and inclusive way possible. As a Latina artist, Johanna is inspired by the intersectionality in identity. Johanna is constantly exploring ways to create authentic platforms and ways of self-expression with her art that builds bridges across differences. Johanna’s art-making and creative drive is centered on community building and building worlds that we want to live in (world-building.)