Kearah-Armonie Jeudy

Kearah-Armonie (aka Kearmonie) is an Afro-Caribbean Multidisciplinary Artist from Brooklyn, NY specializing in Filmmaking/Editing, Poetry, and Education. As a 2021 ICA (Innovative Cultural Advocacy) Fellow with Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Kearmonie founded “It’s Time We Get Back Home” – A community safe haven for fellowship, education, and love, based in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Recently, Kearmonie was 1 of 3 inaugural residents of The Neighborhood Project with 651 Arts, having been given the opportunity to create a multimedia art piece engaging and reflecting on the neighborhood they grew up in entitled “Home where Is.” Having just completed their MFA Post-Production at the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema Kearmonie primarily works as a Freelance Editor and Assistant Editor.

Kearmonie started performing spoken word in 2011 through the youth poetry organization Urban Word NYC and is now a mentor and teaching artist, teaching to as young as elementary school students across NYC, various disciplines. Kearmonie’s poetry often exhibits the condition of the Black American from a millennial lens, with personal accounts of love, family, oppression, and womanism. their writing can be found in magazine, Great Weather for Media’s anthology “The Other Side of Violet”, and more.