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In Full Color (IFC) is an award-winning organization that empowers women of color through education and the arts while addressing social, racial and feminist issues. We create opportunities for women of color in theater, visual art, comedy, music, dance and other media.  We offer woman-identified creators a unique platform to tell their stories and perform work written for them, by women like them, or even themselves! -- an elusive level of realness we call Authentic Representation.

We also aim to empower POC of marginalized genders and to prioritize queer, disabled and other similarly marginalized sub-populations of POC. We were previously known as Thinking In Full Color. In Full Color is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of In Full Color must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.


To donate and support women of color, click the link above in our website header or click here.

Honored by NJ State Assembly

We received a commendation from the State of New Jersey in May 2017 and again in November 2018 for our contributions to the arts in N.J.

Pioneers of Diversity

Our work has supported over 194 artists from 13 states. This group is 90% POC, 83% women or people of marginalized genders & at least 16% are LGBTQIA+ 

Outstanding Creators

We proudly received the Performing Arts Award from the Jersey City Arts Council in 2018 in recognition of our contributions to the arts community.

Multi-Talented Women

We create opportunities for women and femme writers, actresses, visual artists, comics, dancers, musicians and many more creatives in diverse fields.

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

What's Happening?

Brightly colored coloring book portraits of Malala Yousafzai and Anna Mae Wong lay on a table.
Liliane Wolf, a Hispanic/Latinx woman dressed in pink, and Summer Dawn Reyes, an Asian/Hispanic woman dressed in blue, look across the stage at each other intensely. In the background, you see pink monochrome backdrops of the female symbol in crosshairs and the American flag.
Rukiya Bluford, a Black woman wearing coral, stands centerstage, performing a poem while a diverse group of women, the cast of In Full Color 2019, crosses the stage behind her.
Dena Igusti, an Asian woman, performs poetry with her arms outstretched in In Full Color 2017.

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