I create pieces that challenge the audience's perception of oppressed communities by combining strong musicality, narrative, and performance. I believe that as artists we should use our creativity to speak up against social injustice and to be a voice for individuals whose voices may not be heard otherwise.
Interview with the University of Utah College of Fine Arts (CFA)
Irishia was recently interviewed by Emeri Fetzer of the University of Utah CFA about her fellowship experience at Jacob's Pillow.
“This whole process changed me as a choreographer,” Hubbard said. “To have these two beautiful humans [Diane and Risa] guide me, and be so open to sharing how they work, and really trying to help each choreographer succeed…I appreciated that one-on-one mentorship and structure.”