Art & Activism
Community Engaged Learning
In a week long program, middle school students practice mapping their generational origins through multi-learning experiences. From desktop research to tactile exercises, students are able to visualize mapping at every step.
Over a course of 10 workshops, 4/5th grade students innovate through making. In response to the inequity of black and brown owned business in America, students create a business idea that doesn’t exist. The idea is drafted via play-doh, solidified with legos, and simulated through game playing. Toothpicks and marshmallows are used to created the infrastructure of their business idea.
Critical Art Dialogue
Fine Art in response to Police Brutality
Ferguson, MO // 2014 - There is an outcry of the social injustice that persists in US urban neighborhoods. From Oakland to New York, the tragedy of Michael Brown was a breaking point in 2014, especially for the Ferguson community. The artwork series below uses symbolism as a way to discuss police brutality, social injustice, militarization of police, and the influence of media.