Designing inventive and collaborative projects that strengthen communities. Connecting people who would not normally meet in meaningful dialogue. Opening portals to art and culture for the culturally curious.

Featured Placemaking

SEE / CHANGE is a video art project that puts a human face on how population change and economic shifts affect neighborhoods and communities.

 

Current Projects

Blueberries & Cherries

Over 62,000,000 people voted for Donald Trump. Why? I watched and read plenty of analysis and opinions from experts. But eyeing each other suspiciously through the filtered lens of political punditry and yelling at each other across social media was confusing and misleading. I wanted to find out for myself. So I invited a few Trump voters over for dinner to talk face-to-face.

Citizen Innovation Lab

The Citizen Innovation Lab designs temporary creative placemaking projects that bring people together who might not normally meet to engage in dialogue and meaningful interaction. Fueled by the transformative power of art, the Lab constructs human-centered activations in inspiring environments that facilitate connections between neighbors, reinforce community bonds, and strengthen relationships.

The Pink Line Project

The Pink Line Project offers a weekly subscriber-based email containing our picks for off-the-beaten-path arts and culture events, exhibitions, and happenings around DC. We also regularly offer free and discounted tickets to things. Advertisers wishing to access culturally curious Washington-area residents may purchase ads and promotion through Pink Line social media channels.