Robb Leigh Davis

Robb Leigh Davis is an artist/educator residing in Brooklyn. With creative works at the intersections of race, sexuality and politics, his educational projects combine arts education with a social justice lens rooted in language arts & literacy. He is creator of the performance series Meditation on Theme and served as Director of Arts & Culture for the LGBT Center of NY. He has worked extensively within the NYC DOE managing and facilitating K-12 programming and consults with community-based organizations developing and implementing school curriculum. He was a selected playwright for the Tectonic Theater Project’s LGBT Theater Artists of Color Training Lab and in partnership with Brooklyn College/GLARE (GLBTQ Advocacy in Research & Education), has been commissioned for performances at the National Network for Education Renewal Conferences in CT and TX and the Shepard Symposium on Social Justice in WY. With a background in communications and post-production, he is a graduate of Syracuse University, and has performed as part of the Dixon Place HOT! Festival, and the NY Fringe Festival. His creative projects include AMERICANBLACKOUT, Syndrome, The Glam Factor, The Homosexual Agenda and We the People. He can be found on IG co-hosting The Cookout Culture with Kenya Claytor.