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In Full Color (IFC) is an award-winning organization that empowers women and TGNC of color and other BIPOC through education and the arts. We do this by:


  • Addressing social, racial and feminist issues

  • Creating opportunities for artists in multiple media

  • Empowering BIPOC to become their best selves

  • And doing whatever else it takes to uplift the marginalized communities we serve

We also prioritize queer, disabled and other similarly marginalized sub-populations of POC.

Learn more about us, see upcoming events or check out how you can book a performance or workshop for your school or company.


Who We Are

More Than An Arts Group

We also create educational programming in arts, career, culture and wellness to help BIPOC become their best selves.

Pioneers of Diversity

Our work has supported 350 artists across North America. This group is 93% POC & at least 25% self-identify as LGBTQIA+ 

Outstanding Creators

We've received two commendations from the NJ State Assembly and the Performing Arts Award from the Jersey City Arts Council in 2018.

Multi-Talented Artists

We create opportunities for women, femmes & TGNC folx who are writers, actors, visual artists, comics, dancers, musicians plus many more BIPOC creatives in diverse fields.

Blanche Eden, an Afro Latina woman, sings at Viva la Mujer in Union City, N.J.
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