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In addition to my solo studio practice, I work with community groups and students to create collaborative works of art.  Committed to the use of visual expression as storytelling, transmitting knowledge, and teaching values, I facilitate workshops that explore individual identity and participants’ commonalities resulting in site-specific installations and collaborative wall hangings.  Previous highlights include Institute of Contemporary Art/ArtLab intergenerational participatory project, piloting a program for the Jewish Community Center of Greater Boston for parents of young children exploring family identity through hands on art making (video link), being the inaugural artist-in-residence at the over 65 residential community North Hill/Purposeful Living in Needham, multiple stints as a visiting artist at Pine Manor College, and serving as an artist-in-residence at Southern New Hampshire University. 
Support from granting agencies include The Covenant Foundation of New York, the National Endowment for the Arts Art Works program, the Massachusetts Cultural Council STARS program, and multiple MCC funded local Cultural Councils.   


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