I have been a resident of the Tenderloin for the past ten years, working as an artist with other artists. During the past four years, I have been resident and contributor to the Hospitality House community arts center, a free art space helping low income and homeless Tenderloin residents to instill strength and self-empowerment through artistic expression. I am also a fellow of the Wildflower Institute, a cross-cultural community activism group that works with fellow Tenderloin artists and residents to create an artistic community that takes pride in place and inspires strength through community support. I see the Tenderloin as a place that has many layers of history and diversity, a place that constantly inspires me to learn more about how art can heal and reveal who we are as a community.


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