The Grocery List Project

The Grocery List Project is a multi-participant conceptual art project to bring attention to everyday consumption habits of an unspecific group of people as well as bring attention to the problem of food insecurity.  Participants are asked to anonymously share a grocery list to the project. They also have the option to supply other information surroundingContinue reading “The Grocery List Project”

Diversity, Friendship, Unity: New Artist Books

PLEASE NOTE: My website has move. This site will remain up as a blog with a few other information tabs at the top. You can access my new website from the top menu or here. The books I have worked on over the past few months have in common the topic of multiculturalism, but eachContinue reading “Diversity, Friendship, Unity: New Artist Books”

How to Enrich your Life

My tenth birthday fell on Passover.  I was raised as an Italian Catholic but a friend of mine was Jewish and her family invited me to their Seder that year.  I was not sure what that was but my father, who was very big on experiencing other cultures, insisted I attend.  So I did.  ThoughContinue reading “How to Enrich your Life”

On Second Thought

Today I was walking around the campus of Davidson College and came upon the large scale stick installation I participated in creating over the winter.  As I walked through the sculpture I thought: Gee how much has changed in the world since those few months ago.  No sooner did that thought cross my mind didContinue reading “On Second Thought”

Just saying

Many large companies are making public statement condemning racism.  My hope is that these companies who are large retailers will start with their own company culture and tell their employees to stop targeting black and brown people by following them around their stores.  Just saying.

Seeking Understanding of “The Other”

It’s odd how things come in clumps.  Or maybe we are just more tuned in when we are engaged with a particular topic.    Not long ago, an opportunity arose to participate in an exhibition honoring women of the Civil Rights Movement.   What immediately came to my mind was a piece I had been workingContinue reading “Seeking Understanding of “The Other””