Part Three – Toward Futures: Social and Personal Transformation


Part III - Toward Futures: Social and Personal Transformation

Lisa Hochtritt is a thrift store aficionado and Chair of Art Education at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) in Denver, Colorado. Email:

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Faculty page

Temporary Services
is Brett Bloom, Salem Collo-Julin, and Marc Fischer. They are based in Chicago and Copenhagen and have existed, with several changes in membership and structure, since 1998. Temporary Services produces exhibitions, events, projects, and publications.

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Juan Carlos Castro, Harrell Fletcher: Shaping a New Social

Harrell Fletcher is an Associate Professor of Art and Social Practice at Portland State University. He lectures and creates participatory projects around the world.

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Faculty Profile

Juan Carlos Castro
is Assistant Professor of Art Education at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec. Email:

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Faculty Profile

Steven Ciampaglia, Pinky & Bunny: Critical Pedagogy 2.0

Pinky & Bunny make The Pinky Show (, the original super lo-tech hand-drawn educational project. They are cats and live in the desert.

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The Pinky Show

Steven Ciampaglia
is an Assistant Professor of Art Education at Northern Illinois University. He can be reached at

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Culture Spy

Jorge Lucero, La Pocha Nostra: Practicing Mere Life

La Pocha Nostra is an interdisciplinary international arts organization based in San Francisco with branches, factions, and members in multiple cities and countries. Our common denominator is a desire to cross and erase dangerous borders between art and politics, practice and theory, artist, and spectator. Core members include: Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Roberto Sifuentes, Michele Ceballos, Dani d’Emilia, and Emma Tramposch.

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Jorge Lucero
is an artist and Assistant Professor of Art Education at The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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A. Laurie Palmer, Future Farmers: Leaping Over the Impossible Present

Future Farmers/Amy Franceschini is a pollinator who creates formats for exchange and production that question and challenge the social, cultural and environmental systems that surround her. An overarching theme in her work is a perceived conflict between humans and nature.

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Future Farmers


Green Museum

A. Laurie Palmer
is an artist, writer, and Professor in Sculpture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Three Acres on the Lake: DuSable Park, Chicago:

Maritza Bautista, Appalshop: Learning from Rural Youth Media

Appalshop is a non-profit multi-disciplinary arts and education center in the heart of Appalachia. Its education and training programs support communities’ efforts to solve their own problems in a just and equitable way.

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Appalshop’s YouTube Channel


Maritza Bautista is a bilingual (Tex-Mex, pocha) visual arts and video artist, educator and cultural worker.

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Fellowship Recipient

Manisha Sharma, Navjot Altaf: What Public, Whose Art?

Navjot Altaf is an installation/video artist working with artists from different disciplines including indigenous artists from Bastar. She lives and works in Mumbai and Bastar.

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Manisha Sharma
is currently a doctoral candidate and teaching assistant in Art Education at The Ohio State University. Email:

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Lisa Yun Lee, The Chiapas Photography Project: You Can't Unsee It

Chiapas Photography Project (CPP) provides indigenous Maya people in Chiapas, Mexico with opportunities for cultural and artistic self-expression through photography.

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Chiapas Photography Project website

Exhibitions from the Chiapas Photography Project & Archivo Fotográfico Indígena

Lisa Yun Lee
is the Director of the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum in Chicago and writes for In These Times Magazine. Email:

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Institute of Museum Ethics Lecture

Art for Our Sake: Lessons from Hull House

Raimundo Martins, Dilomprizulike: Art as Political Agency

Dilomprizulike, popularly known as the Junkman from Afrika, is an international artist, performer, writer and teacher who makes sculptural installations as creative concepts and social commentaries from discarded items found on the street.

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Raimundo Martins
is Professor and Dean of the College of Visual Arts, Federal University of Goiás, in Goiânia, Brazil. Email:

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Centre for the Study of Change in Culture and Education (CECACE)


B. Stephen Carpenter, II and Marissa Muñoz, In Search of Clean Water and Critical Environmental Justice: Collaborative Artistic Responses Through the Possibilities of Sustainability and Appropriate Technologies

B. Stephen Carpenter, II is Professor of Art Education at The Pennsylvania State University. Email:

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Marissa Muñoz is a Ph.D. student in the Centre for Cross Faculty Inquiry in Education at the University of British Columbia. Email:

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TAMU Water Project/TAMU Proyecto de Agua

Carol Culp and Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, Opening Spaces for Subjectivity in an Urban Middle-School Art Classroom: A Dialogue between Theory and Practice

Carol Culp is an art and language teacher with the Toronto District School Board. Email:

Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández
is an Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Media and Culture in Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Email:

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Sharif Bey, Story Drawings: Revisiting Personal Struggles, Empathizing with "Others"

Sharif Bey is a Dual Assistant Professor in Art Education and Teaching and Leadership at Syracuse University. Email:

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Sharif Bey: New Work