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Columbia College Chicago
Sage Morgan-Hubbard

Sage Morgan-Hubbard

Sage Morgan-Hubbard

Academic Partnership Coordinator

Email: smorganhubbard@colum.edu
Phone: (312) 369-8329


Sage Xaxua Morgan-Hubbard is the Academic Partnership Coordinator in the School of Fine and Performing Arts currently housed in the Dance Department. Sage is a multidisciplinary artist, poet, activist, and educator. She was the Cipher Organizer for Words, Beats & Life's inaugural Midwest Hip Hop Teach-In "Remixing the Art of Social Change" at Columbia in 2011. Most recently she served as the Outreach Director of Young Chicago Authors and as a teaching artist throughout the Chicagoland area instructing kindergarten through college-level students in jail and beyond. She earned her MA in Performance Studies at Northwestern University and is a graduate of Brown University where she studied Performance Studies: Socially Conscious Art of the Everyday and Ethnic Studies. She is a member of Real Talk Live Chicago poetry collective, the founder of WORD! spoken word artists and activists in Providence, RI, a former Washington, D.C youth poetry slam coach, and one of the original members of Spoken Resistance and the performance group Sol y Soul. Sage is currently further developing her one-woman show Mixed Mamas into a live music infused poetic experience in celebration of her various mamas.