Anthony Romero is an artist, writer, and organizer committed to documenting and supporting artists and communities of color. His solo and collaborative works have been performed and executed nationally, most notably at Links Hall (CHI), The Judson Memorial Church (NYC), and Temple Contemporary (PHL), among others. Recent projects include the book-length essay The Social Practice That Is Race, written with Dan S. Wang and published by Wooden Leg Press, Buenos Dias, Chicago!, a two year performance project commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and produced in collaboration with Mexico City based performance collective, Teatro Linea de Sombra, as well as editing the exhibition catalogue for Organize Your Own: The Politics and Poetics of Self-Determination Movements, a multi-city exhibition and event series with contributions from Fred Moten, Mark Novak, and Jen Hofer, among others. Romero teaches in the Social and Studio Practices Graduate Program at Moore College of Art and Design and in the Fibers and Material Studies department at Tyler School of Art. He is currently working with a group of artist-organizers to organize a national Latinx artist retreat to launch in Spring 2017.