Angela DeCarlis is a visual artist and musician from North-Central Florida. They learned to call contra dances in 2012 while attending art school in Philadelphia, and took those skills with them to Boston where they served as a board member of Boston Intergenerational Dance Advocates (BIDA) for five years. During this period of time, Angela took to drawing live musicians at every opportunity as a way of participating at dances when their body needed to rest. Now, Angela is finishing their Masters in Fine Arts at the University of Florida studying access and representation in studio art/education, though they still love to sing jazz harmonies, lilt fiddle tunes, and play their English concertina in their spare time.