Ian Fields Stewart (pronouns: they/them/their) is a black, queer, and gender nonconforming New York based storyteller working at the intersection of theatre and activism. A native of Birmingham, AL, their work is centered in deconstructing mainstream media forms and rebuilding them to amplify and include the voices of marginalized people in our local and global communities. Ian’s work has been published and seen across multiple mediums including the Journal of Community Practice, Buzzfeed, MoveOn.org, the United Nations, and many performance venues in New York City and beyond.
Updated May 2017
More from Ian Fields Stewart
Through Our Eyes: A Black Girl's Perspective
Through Our Eyes is a devised show that imagines a day in the life of the Leesburg Girls through the lens of the 2018 viBeSolos girls.
John Lewis Fellows Reflective Essays 2017
Assuming the Voice of the Georgia Governor in 1960, The 2017 John Lewis Fellows Respond to an Appeal for Human Rights
Fellows' Collective Critiques of the 2017 Appeal for Human Rights
Bullhorns and Dimes