THE HIGH LINE NETWORK
November 2021 - October 2022
Bringing external thought leadership expertise to the Network team, broadening the Network’s audiences and partnerships, and working on joint programming initiatives. Project management for new exhibition, The Practice of Democracy.
The High Line Network is a group of infrastructure reuse projects—and the people who are helping them come to life.
CURRENTLY ON VIEW! (July 15 - Oct 2, 2022)
The Practice of Democracy: We Hold These Truths at The High Line’s 14th Street Passage
Visitors are invited to explore the ways democracy shows up in our everyday lives, neighborhoods, and worlds. Organized as a past-to-present journey, the immersive exhibition traces the policies, practices, and investments that shape how democracy is defined and experienced in our cities. The exhibition asks, how can you become a “doer” of democracy?
Programming | Planning | Partnerships | Field Leadership
Photo Credit: Diller Scofidio + Renfro
TRANSFORM 1012 N. MAIN STREET
July 2021 - June 2022
Providing the Transform 1012 Board with project leadership coordination and strategy; feasibility materials assessment; and fundraising strategy.
Transform 1012 N. Main Street is a coalition and community-led project that seeks to transform the former Ku Klux Klan Klavern No. 101 Auditorium in Fort Worth, Texas, into The Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing.
Project Management | Coalition Building
Strategy Development | Fundraising
PUBLIC ART PLANNING
2020 - 2022
Leading a multi-year planning process for initial public art commissions for the 11th Street Bridge Park in collaboration with Forecast Public Art.
Read more about our final commission selections here.
Planning | Project Management | Resident Engagement
VITAL LITTLE PLANS
Launched in 2021
Vital Little Plans is an artist collective and giving circle that supports equitable, creative, and vital plans that are arts-driven and community-led for neighborhoods and places.
We pool 1% of our income & .1% of our wealth to support projects nationally. Join our giving community at vitallittleplans.org
Philanthropy | Field Leadership
Project Support | Mentorship | Best Practices | Field Leadership
LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE
January - June 2021
Producing a virtual collaboration between John Johnson (Washington, D.C.) and Glass (Dundee, Scotland) who are working together to create a new online mini series. This project is supported by the 11th Street Bridge Park with funds from the Kresge Foundation, TD Bank, Wells Fargo & the Risa Fund.
View project HERE
This project is an extension of John & Glass's collaboration on Conversations with Grandpa (2019)
Programming | Producing