In addition to installations and performances, I extend my engagement through artist talks, teaching, curatorial endeavors, and activism.
As a speaker, I have guest taught at art schools, and universities; and made presentations at conferences, community centers, rallies, and schools. I am also developing curriculum for semester length courses.
My curatorial practice focuses on performance art with an emphasis on live puppetry in intimate settings for adult audiences, LGBTQ artists and subject matter, puppetry on film, and interdisciplinary visual art.
As an activist in the LGBTQ community, I organized rallies and lobbying efforts in Massachusetts, which led to some of the nation’s first anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ students in public schools