Agatha Wright (Miami, FL) received her BA degree in Art History from the University of California, Riverside, in 2010 and an MS in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University. Most recently, Ms. Wright completed the Entrepreneurship Essentials Certification program at Harvard Business School in July 2020. Ms. Wright is an Arts Administrator and business owner. She is the Founder of Fluxus Haus Inc.- a 501 (c) 3 focused on representing marginalized groups on the fringes of society.
Agatha Wright has received special recognition and funding from the following organizations: Actors Fund, 2018 & 2020; Artist Relief Fund, 2020; Dramatic Allied Arts Guild- Best Dancer Award, Los Angeles 2007; Foundation for Contemporary Arts, 2017 & 2020; Louisiana Visual Artist Fund, 2018; Miami New Times Mastermind Finalist, 2016, and the Small Business Administration, 2020. As a professional dancer, Ms. Wright has performed for Brazarte Dance Company, The Dancers Space, Impulsik Dance Company, Norka Music, The Secret Garden, Sofia Carreras- Intersect Dance Theater, Roya Carreras, and Tiffany Billings (Tony Award-winning Choreographer).
Ms. Wright has also held positions as Choreographer and instructor at Muse Center for the Performing Arts, Judge at American Dance Alliance Competition, Presenter at Guild 5 Forty-Five, and dance instructor at Broward Preparatory Academy Kirova Ballet Academy and Norland Middle School. She trains advanced level and pre-professional dancers in Jazz, Modern, and Contemporary dance technique. Her curriculum includes artist mentorship, personal development, and pre-professional portfolio building. Her students have obtained scholarships, awards, and contracts at Miami City Ballet, Alvin Ailey Extension School, New World School of the Arts, and Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. School of the Arts.
Conversely, Ms. Wright has held notable positions with other leading arts organizations as Head Administrator for AileyCamp Miami at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Education Programs Coordinator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, panelist for the Youth Arts Miami grant program (2019, 2021) and panel member for the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs All Kids Included initiative. She is an affiliate and volunteers for ACLU, American Arts Action Fund, Americans for the Arts, American Museum Alliance, Artists for Biden, and the US Chamber Foundation. Ms. Wright is currently the Dance Community Education Programs Manager at Miami City Ballet.