Carolyn Lewenberg

About Carolyn

Carolyn is an artist and sculptor with expertise in social practice, environmental art, natural resource management, relationship building, youth development, curriculum development, and artistic collaboration. Her practice explores the possibility of humankind living in balance with the natural world. Carolyn’s projects create opportunities to build relationships between people and all of creation, as she believes the strength and humility of these relationships will determine our ability to adapt to changing environmental and social conditions which will make our communities more resilient.

How You Can Work Together

“I love working with municipalities, non-profits, and community organizations to create inclusive arts integrated opportunities to connect people and place. Past and present collaborations include: the Mystic River Watershed Association, the town of Medford, City of Chelsea, and Egleston Branch Boston Public Library; as Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, I’ve developed community engaged public art projects with municipalities including the towns of Rockland, Natick, and City of Everett; and I have worked for many years with the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park using art as a point of departure to develop interpretive art-based community programs focused on history and ecology.

My artmaking practice is also informed and inspired by several years organizing arts initiatives aimed to bridge different cultural groups in Boston. My most successful projects were the Franklin Park Art Grove and the Arts and Culture Cruise in Boston Harbor. Both events were free, and were a platform for diverse artists working in different media and forms of expression to co-create fun, inclusive experiences for people who lived in different geographic areas around Boston and come from different cultural backgrounds.”

Carolyn Lewenberg

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