Community Art & Design
Christine's digital art project, "Garbage Safari," is a part of Fringeart's 2015 Digital Fringe initiative, which introduces non-Philly artists to the Philly community online.
Christine's interactive installation, "Wordy Birds," came alive at Figment NYC on Governors Island in June 2015. See photos.
Christine's "Bayou Gator" was included in an invitational show commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Christine participated in "Free the Art," a community art exchange, at the Living Gallery in Brooklyn by providing two pieces.
The New York City Postcard Project is a postcard project meant to unite New Yorkers and spread positivity throughout the city.
Christine's interactive installation, "Word Graveyard," was exhibited at the New York City Poetry Festival in July 2015 and will appear at Figment DC in September 25. See photos.
The Poetry Train was an interactive installation displayed at the New York Transit Museum April 1, 2015. It featured three photo collage prints on easels inside of a historic train car, and allowed participants to create transit-themed poems by arranging words on pushpins. The installation was part of PLATFORM, a showcase of 12 visual and performance transportation-themed projects by East Coast artists. See photos.
The Tom Tom Founders Festival selected Christine's banner design to appear on lampposts and buses throughout Charlottesville, Virginia during the week of the 2015 festival. The design, pictured here, was created in response to the theme, "Found yourself."
Christine's poem, "Pigeons," was selected for Arlington County Cultural Affairs' 2005-06 Moving Words competition, putting her words on buses throughout Arlington, Virginia.
"Take me. I'm Yours" was an art attack project completed in Baltimore, Maryland on October 11, 2015.
View photos of the show Christine co-curated with Eileen O'Brien at VCA Alexandria Animal Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia here.