Glasgow Open House Arts Festival (GOHAF) was created with the intent to "improve the 'accessibility' of the art world as they found it then in three main ways: offering opportunities for artists from diverse backgrounds at any stage of their career, expanding community engagement with art, and providing meaningful ‘spaces’ to engage with art and ideas. They hoped that by offering an alternative format for public interaction with art outside of the gallery/museum, they would generate discussion around the way art is exhibited and consumed".

My work with GOHAF centered around community engagement and upcycling, with the hope to bring more opportunities and better access to art making for all through reuse of common items.

Fused Plastic Lanterns
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Photo by Dylan House; Hester Street Collaborative, New York