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an artist and educator working at the intersection of biological design, social justice, farming and textile creation – exploring handcraft from farm to fabric and from soil to soil. She is the Founder and Creative Director of Fiberhouse Collective.
an artist, curator, activist, and educator who explores socio-political issues plaguing our world, such as elements of labor, migration, ethics, freedoms, and rights in her sustainable art practice that includes reframing experiences through materials left behind.
co-founder and managing art director of Red Hook Art Project, an arts tutoring and mentoring project for children and youth in Red Hook. They use different disciplines to uplift a child’s voice, increasing graduation rates, providing creative space for children achievement, and more.
Renata Zeiguer is a Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter, the daughter of Argentinean and Philippine immigrants. An NYC native, she grew up playing classical and jazz music, beginning on the violin and the piano at age 6, and listening to her grandmother play music.