Boston Center for The Arts

Artists and Authors

  • catherine D'Ignazio a.k.a. kanarinka

    New media artist interested in collaboration, community and public space.

    Contact Info:
    144 Moody Street
    Building 4, 4th Floor
    Waltham, MA 02453
    phone: (617)501-2441
    email: kanarinka@ikatun.com

  • Hiroko Kikuchi

    A performance and public artist. Originally from Tokyo, Japan. Her work explores the formative and communicative meaning of everyday activities as a mutual "language," influenced by the social environment, tradition, and aesthetics which all co-exist within confining behavioral structures. For the last 2 years, she has been working on creating a protocol to address social and cultural matters by re-structuring the concept and form of performance art.

    Contact Info:
    57 Boylston St. #3 Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
    phone: (617)905-6323
    email: tonchinkandesu@yahoo.com

  • Jeremy Chan Peng Chu

    Singapore born, artist and photographer, explores cultural space production in-between the processes of change, interested in Chinese diasporal space and collaborative practice.

    54 Clarendon Street Level 1
    Boston MA 02116
    phone: (617) 375 6399
    email: chu_jeremy@yahoo.com

  • Jeremy Chi-Ming Liu

    Director of Community Programs at the Asian Community Develpment Corporation, public artist, activist

    57 Boylston St. #3
    Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
    fax: (617) 482-3056
    email: jeremy@asiancdc.org

  • Kim Szeto

    Student at Wheaton College (Norton, MA) pursuing a self designed major in Environmental Studies.

    cell: 617-957-5087
    email: kszeto@wheatonma.edu

  • Natalie Loveless

    artist, critic and theorist interested in dialogic space, performance practice, critical and cultural theory.

    Contact Info:
    History of Consciousness Ph.D. Program
    University of California at Santa Cruz
    Santa Cruz, CA 95064
    phone: (617) 549-3239
    email: natalie@loveless.ca

  • William H. Ho

    Community Organizer and photographer interested in how urban spaces affect and interact with the public

    Asian Community Development Corp.
    888 Washington St., Suite 102
    Boston, MA 02111
    phone: 617-953-1288
    fax: 617-482-3056
    email: william@asiancdc.org

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