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Announcing our first Artist in Residence, JQuory Guest!

Black man with goatee and glasses standing next to wood paneling wearing a vest and jeans.

JQuory (No Chain) Guest is an artist and activist that uses music and poetry to help marginalized youth find their voice and their place in life. JQ has been using his voice to inspire and uplift the broken and oppressed for over a decade. He has been crowned as the best hip hop artist in the region by Hot 103 Jamz radio station and a finalist in 3 national poetry contests. JQ is the founder of No Chain Fellowship. The No Chain Fellowship is a performing arts ministry that seeks to offer hope, support, and guidance to young people through the power of the gospel. JQ is a youth advocate for Topeka Independent Living Resource Center, a human and civil rights organization located in Topeka, Ks. There he provides outreach and runs a paid youth internship to teach young people how to be advocates for themselves and others. (No Chain) Guest is currently the Artist is Residence for the Lois Curtis Campus where he provides spoken word classes, after school activities and concerts for the east Topeka community that helped raise him.

JQ’s revolutionary style and positive energy is sure to bring any crowd to its feet. Watch the Lois Curtis Website for upcoming classes and events! To learn more about JQ’s community activities and view his work be sure to stop by his Youtube and TikTok social media accounts.


To schedule a performance email JQ at

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