Violence Transformed – Team

 

Core Organizers

 

Mary Harvey
Community Artist & Director

Carol Daynard

Community Artist & Co-Coordinator of  Visual Arts

Ekua Holmes

Community Artist  & Co-Coordinator of Visual Arts


Barry Gaither

Executive Director, Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists

Pamela Green

Administrator and Co-Curator, Media Arts Center, Roxbury Community College, Roxbury, MA

Ann Tobey

Director & Lead Curator, Ubuntu Arts, Juvenile Justice & Youth Advocacy Program, Wheelock College, Boston, MA

Ron Wilhelmsen
Graphics and Digital Media Design

 

With the invaluable assistance of:

 

Anastasiya Blyum
Collaborative Arts Facilitator and Social Media Consultant,
Violence Transformed

 

Richard Rozewski
Program Associate, sparc! the Art Mobile, Massachusetts College of Art & Design

 

Christine Tinsley
Photographer and Student, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

 

Sponsoring Organizations & Representatives

 

African American Master Artists in Residency Program:
Gloretta Baynes, Artist & Program Chair Cambridge College:
Phillip Page, Director of Government, Business and Community Relations

Copley Place/Simon Property Group, Inc,
Debora Konig, Area Director of Mall Marketing

Harriet Tubman Gallery of the United South End Settlements:
Chelsea Revelle, Director of Arts & Culture

Lesley University Graduate School of Arts & Social Sciences:
Catherine Koverola, Dean, Meenaskshi Chhabra, Faculty and Nancy Beardall, Faculty

Massachusetts College of Art & Design:
Ekua Holmes, Visual Artist and Community Liaison and Richard Rozewski, Program Manager, sparc! the Art Mobile

Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance:
Christopher Klaskin, Legislative Liaison

Medicine Wheel:
Michael Dowling, Director

Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists:
Barry Gaither, Executive Director

Project eXodus:
Elliot Salloway & Manuel Schroeder, Founders

Roxbury Community College Media Arts Center:
Marshall Hughes, Director and Pamela Green, Administrator

School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston:
Carol Daynard, Board Member and Alumni and Christine Tinsley, Student

Ubuntu Arts, Juvenile Justice & Youth Advocacy Program of Wheelock College:
Ann Tobey, Faculty

Urbano Project, Jamaica Plain:
Stella McGregor, Director & Eve Ewing, Program Manager

Victims of Violence Program, The Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge MA
Barbara Hamm, Director

 

Violence Transformed 2014:
Exhibit Organizers and Lead Curators

In 2014, Violence Transformed will showcase work
by visual and performing artists in each of the
following venues.
Stay tuned for our calendar!

Cambridge College, Cambridge MA
Hope Ricciardi, Phillip Page

Connolly Library, Jamaica Plain. MA
Gloria Carrigg, Gail Bos

Copley Place, Boston Back Bay
Hope Ricciardi, Mary Harvey, Barry Gaither

Doric Hall, Massachusetts State House Boston
Jon Shirland, Chris Klaskin, Hope Ricciardi

Harriet Tubman Gallery of the United South End Settlements, Boston South End
Chelsea Revelle & Carol Daynard

Lesley University Graduate School of Arts & Social Sciences, Cambridge, MA
Meenaskshi Chhabra & Elliot Salloway, project eXodus

Museum of the National Center for Afro-American Artists, Roxbury, MA
Barry Gaither, Executive Director & Lead Curator

Resnikoff Gallery, Media Arts Center, Roxbury Community College, Roxbury, MA
Gail Bos, Carol Daynard, Christine Tinsley, Ekua Holmes, Richard Rozewski,
& Pamela Green, Co –Curators.

Ubuntu Arts, Towne Gallery, Wheelock College, Boston, MA
Ann Tobey, Director and Lead Curator

Victim Rights, Annual Conference of the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance, Seaport Hotel, Boston
Chris Klaskin, Hope Ricciardi