Public Art for Spatial Justice (PASJ) provides grants of $15,000 to $30,000 to support public artmaking in Massachusetts that helps us see, feel, experience and imagine spatial justice now, while we are still on this journey towards realizing more just futures for our public spaces and public culture. Learn more about PASJ funding priorities and eligibility.
This virtual info session is designed for folks interested in applying for NEFA’s PASJ opportunity. Hear reflections from the North Shore CDC's Yinette Guzman and local artist Yuko Okabe, who received a PASJ grant in 2022 for the Punto Urban Art Museum (PUAM)'s Creative Point Neighbor Program. Attendees will also hear more about PASJ from NEFA staff and have time to ask questions.
Yuko Okabe (she/they) is an artist playing at the intersection of youthful whimsy and community engagement. As an illustrator, their depiction of people and architecture establishes a world with boundless potential for different bodies, languages, and philosophies to flourish. They believe that art and design elevates systems to more inclusive and caring possibilities.
Yinette Guzman is a designer, artist, and advocate who is passionate about community engagement. She holds a BFA in Architecture from Massachusetts College of Art & Design and has worked as a 3D architectural model designer for over 10 years. As an immigrant from the Dominican Republic, Yinette believes in giving back to the community. She does this internationally through missions and locally through expressive therapy programs at the Boston Rescue Mission, which she co-founded.
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