Public Art Saint Paul Curator of Community Engagement designed the project and will be leading the cohort through their exploration of light projection and through the final culminating event. Mayumi has coordinated multiple arts festivals in the past, but is excited to explore this new medium!
Za’Nia Coleman is an interdisciplinary artist and Co-Organizer of the Tangible Collective. The root of her work is sustaining traditional and historical practices around joy, cultural expression, and community building.
Ayana B. Lance
Ayana is a visual storyteller and research-based conceptual artist. In her work, she primarily explores the themes of self, myth, and memory. In addition to her artistic pursuits, Ayana works full-time as an Integrated Producer. Instagram: @themythofme
Boo is a video artist whose content creations are rooted in the community and seeks to convey intimacy through art. They believe in the empowerment and immortality of the marginalized through images and digital mediums.
Adan Gabriel Rangel (SEE MORE PERSPECTIVE)
SEE MORE PERSPECTIVE is a Xicanx hip-hop artist, producer, spoken word poet, & social justice educator. They create work with an unrelenting commitment to craft, innovation, and community and make a life of creating art through the lenses of identity, history, and culture.
Witt Siasoco is a community-based artist working at the intersection of art and civic life. For more than 20 years, Witt has been creating visual art that reflects on community engagement, utilizing it as a tool for social justice. Instagram: @manila_rice
The artists will learn together as a cohort led by PASP Curator of Community Engagement Mayumi Park, who became familiar with projection mapping when working on the LUMA Projection Festival in Binghamton, NY.