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2021 SCALE Fellowship Showcase

The 2021 SCALE Fellowship cohort consisted of a talented group of multidimensional artists. The program included 8 months of workshops and mentoring sessions and ended with the filming of a fellows showcase which was incorporated into the program to provide the artists with the opportunity to design and produce their own performance. Check out the SCALE 2021 Showcase Video.



SCALE Fellowship 2021 Cohort


Chandra Rhyme

This Pittsburgh-based artist has built up a reputation as one of the city's most captivating performers, bringing listeners into her multidimensional world.

@itschandrarhyme


Dejah Monea

A Pittsburgh native who was born with an anointed voice and a talent for beautiful songwriting. Her music creates meaningful and long-lasting connections with all who can relate.

@dejahmoneaoffical


Saige

Saige is one half of the electrifying Pittsburgh duo, Samurai Velvet. With Saige's mysterious and alluring vocals over hard-hitting electronic beats, Samurai Velvet's sound is a beast all its own.

@shadesofsaige

@samurai_velvet


Diarra Imani

​​A multi-dimensional artist that is dedicated to truth-telling.

"My work- be it song, poetry, or painting- is centered around my story of becoming and the truths of the journey."

@meet.diarraimani


INEZ

A multi-faceted artistic Renaissance woman. Named "Pittsburgh Music Artist of the Year" for 2020 by Pittsburgh's WYEP 91.3 FM, INEZ is a musical polymath for singing, music production, arranging, songwriting, drumming, and audio engineering.

@musiqalprodigy


Sierra Sellers

As a dynamic and smooth live performer, Sierra delivers lyrics of empowerment that reach across a room, into your soul, and picks you up from right where you stand. Dubbed an "artist to watch" in 2020 by NPR Music.

@sierra_sellers_



D’SHAY

D'Shay is a producer who creates productions that always have a story and every sound has a purpose. D'Shay's tracks are alive and will take you on an experience that weaves through time and space.


Clara Kent

Pittsburgh City Paper's 2019 "Person of the Year: Music", Clara Kent is an independent afro-indigenous singer songwriter, emcee, and a proudly self proclaimed multidimensional artistic individual who hails from the great Homewood, Pa.

@iamclarakent


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