Arianna Garcia-Fialdini is an artist, research Assistant at engAGE Living Lab and Concordia University Art Hives, a community art educator, part-time faculty member and Doctoral candidate at Concordia University in the Department of Art education.
Working predominantly in paint and print media, Arianna’s research/studio practice concentrates on translating diverse oral histories of hopes/justice movements into multi-modal images that agitate and inspire. Working closely with issues raising awareness on social change/gender violence, she explores the conditions of women, immigrants and refugee claimants while observing and commenting on social realities. Her teaching and studio practice aim to serve as an alternative platform from which to reach and project marginalized voices and stories.
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