I’m Anora Singletary

also known as


     I began my website and brand, The Indigo Guide, in 2012 to promote new artists whom I feel are innovative. I created The Indigo Guide celebrate the underground scene and the art I’ve produced myself.

     In 2014, I moved back to New York from North Carolina and worked my way up from being an assistant event coordinator, personal assistant for different artists, and intern for the likes of MoMA Ps1 and various art shows around New York. I have worked freehand assistant jobs, I’ve done freelance assistant jobs, I’ve done creative direction gigs, helped organize, plan and execute events as production assistant and manager. I’ve written editorials for multiple platforms, managed social media accounts for different companies, transcribed interviews and I have also worked a lot in Public Relations.

In 2015, I threw my first event entirely on my own (Summer of Deities) and it was highly successful. I was able to attract over 150+ people to the event while showcasing both visual art and music to the people of Brooklyn. My aim is to cater to cultural millennials who seek a more captivating social event incorporating both art and music. I began to write for Saint Heron and MiskaNYC shortly after producing my first event. The events success charged me to have a larger part in the progression of the underground music and arts scene.

I’ve since performed my first live set for the people at Viacom and have played at many different events since then. I interviewed one of my favorite female DJs, Kitty Cash, for Saint Heron and was able to transcribe many interview by some of my favorite creatives. I’ve been blessed enough to continue to help the progression of the arts scene all along the east coast while starting new brands (#NewSouth, @todayinNC, Indigo Goods, Common Vision Studios) steaming from The Indigo Guide. I plan to continue blossoming on my own indigo guide in hopes to inspire future creatives to keep the arts alive and funded.


Anora Singletary aka Dirty Deity