Brooke Borg and Stefanie Singer met while working as teaching artists at a Washington Heights middle school in NYC. Very quickly after initially sharing subway commutes and combining classes, they realized that they should continue to combine their creative powers. They saw an opportunity to explore installation art with young people, as well as expand their work as artist educators beyond school grounds into the professional sector.
Brooke holds a Master of Fine Arts in Art Production and Research from the University of Barcelona (Spain), and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Latin American Iberian Studies from Bard College. Her multi-disciplinary work investigates interpersonal relationships and the languages we create and adapt to communicate. She exhibits internationally, and especially enjoys artist residencies as a means of accessing the community to facilitate participational art and dialogue. She has worked with numerous NYC non-profits as a teaching artist, such as ArtWorks, the Naomi Cohain Foundation and Urban Arts Partnership. She is 2013 Drisha Institute Arts Fellow and a recipient of the 2009 Barcelona Produccio Award.
Stefanie Singer is an educator and community artist with over 10 years of experience in the field of arts education. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Art History from Sarah Lawrence College and an Masters of the Arts in Community Arts from Goldsmiths College in London. Stefanie has coordinated educational and socially driven arts installations in London and Amsterdam and has worked with educators across New York City in integrating creative learning into their curriculum. Stefanie is Project Director for the Everyday Arts for Special Education program and an adjunct faculty member in New York University’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions through the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development New York University