We are excited to announce the addition of Mrs. Daja Rice to our Landmark Fine Arts Department.
Originally from Spring Valley, NY, Mrs. Daja Rice is a Performing and Teaching Artist and Author. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Performance and Education from North Carolina Central University. Mrs. Rice has spent most of her career performing on the stage and enhancing the personal, professional, and artistic development of youth through the performing arts. Now residing in Grayson, GA, she is currently pursuing her M.F.A. in Acting at University of Georgia. Being called to be a light in the darkness, she lives and works on PURPOSE, embracing opportunities to create meaningful art with conviction, integrity, and passion.
Mrs. Rice is the co-founder and Artistic Director of The Rices Family Enterprises LLC, which is an umbrella company that houses the multifaceted brand of Mrs. Rice and her husband, Jonathan Rice. Their mission is to be a light in the darkness and help others develop their own light - illuminating the world with sophisticated, soulful, and spiritual content through their marriage, art, and ministry. Mrs. Rice leverages her platform and influence as an Artist and Entrepreneur to encourage and inspire others through her own testimony of redemption, freedom, and preservation. She is the Founder of the Daddy's Girl movement, a published author of the book "Daddy’s Girl: From Heartbreak to Redemption", and the creator and producer of the documentary film, Daddy's Girls: Re-Identified.
Mrs. Rice will be assuming the role of Landmark Theater Director, grades 6-12. We are excited about her vision and expertise that she will bring to our campus.