Georgina Arroyo

Georgina Arroyo is an interdisciplinary artist and arts educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Georgina's work focuses on exploration of self and constructed identities, especially in the digital age. She was born and raised in Queens, NY and received a BFA at Lesley University College of Art & Design in Cambridge, MA. She has participated in various group shows and was most recently a finalist in the Living Gallery Outpost Artist in Residency search. She was a recipient of the Boston Printmakers Award in 2015. She now works out of her studio in Bushwick.

Arroyo writes about her current project :
Phase 1

There are six stages of gentrification. Since working in Bushwick, Brooklyn, only a few blocks from where my mother grew up, I have become very aware of how rapid gentrification can happen. I began this project as a way to explore gentrification’s effects on communities of color and what happens to a community culture over time and change. The project has evolved and slowed down, so that I see it now mimicking the stages of gentrification. Phase 1 of the project is about myself and mapping the changes in my home and trying to document how it has affected me personally. I am looking at gentrification in Ridgewood, Queens, specifically, and dissecting it on an individual scale. The project is ongoing and hopes to grow to reflect other New Yorker’s experiences with the cities changes.


Hannah Harley

Hannah Harley is visual artist whose conceptual work is heavily influenced by societal issues, specifically those surrounding intimacy, the female experience, and contemporary cultural shifts.