Gallery Co-director & Curator, Gone Tomorrow Gallery
Taylor Marshall is an Arizona-based interdisciplinary artist, arts administrator, and curator. She has a particular fondness for avant-garde, DIY, and counterculture movements and subjects related to self-fashioning in art historical and contemporary contexts.
In addition to her work at Gone Tomorrow Gallery, Taylor contributes critical art writing and curatorial support to the Phoenix Institute of Contemporary Art in relation to phICA’s Virtual Exhibition program, while holding concurrent employment with a non-profit arts institution in Tucson. Prior to relocating to Tucson, Taylor worked at Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum where she assisted on major exhibition and collection projects.
Co-director & Curator, Gone Tomorrow Gallery
Craig Johnson works as a freelance filmmaker in Arizona and across the country. Through his collaborations with environmental conservation groups, non-profits, musicians, and news outlets, Craig has pushed to create positive change with impactful journalism and video projects. This work has earned him a regional Emmy as well as the Ansel Adams award for Conservation Videography. Past jobs include fighting wildfires as a Forest Service Hotshot, producing documentary science content for Arizona PBS, and working in TV news as a reporter in Israel and Palestine. Craig is also an avid film photographer, drummer and skateboarder.