Social Practice

I see social practice as a way of making arts accessible to all.
The need to understand and to belong to this world drew me to the arts. The arts have allowed me to look at the world from different vantage points and in new ways. Through my community arts projects, my public arts work and teaching practice I invite others to join me on this journey of exploration.

Stir a Memory, an arts and food project started in 2008 engaging communities in sharing memories through words and images.

The Kindness project invited visitors to Fort Point Open Studios to explore the idea of kindness.

Walk Together, a public art installation for Black History Month crossing the span of Summer Street bridge that is used by pedastrians mainly commuters going to and fro from South Station, Boston.

Memories are Stories | Winter Memories is an audio story sharing event that travels to various neighborhoods in Boston to receive and share memories.

The Pinanta Party was an inter-generational event inviting the community to learn and celebrate traditional creative practices.

ResLab 2020, is a collaboration between ACDC, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center's Pao Arts Center, residents and creatives to shape Chinatown's cultural identity.
Photo Source: historicnewengland.org