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Erin Howley is an installation & media artist and social innovator whose work spans neighborhoods, organizations, and landscapes. She has a combined 10 years of facilitation, activism, and coalition work within prison and community settings. Her work has addressed issues of urban gentrification, addiction within private and public life, and relationships across prison walls. She has written scholarly critique on the politics of art in connection with issues of addiction; community-engaged art with families who have been affected by incarceration; the role of art in the resiliency and transition of refugee youth between conflict zones, refugee camps and resettlement; and educational processes within prison settings.
Erin's art and facilitation practice has been rooted within urban settings, including Dallas, Philadelphia, and Toronto. She has been awarded funding for her projects from the Leeway Foundation, Toronto Arts Council, and Womens' College Hospital in Toronto, and is a Fulbright finalist. Her work has been exhibited at SCRIBE Video Center in Philadelphia and Crossroads Gallery in Toronto, and she has held art residencies with The School of Making Thinking and Whippersnapper Gallery. Erin graduated from York University with a Master's Degree in Environmental Studies, with a focus on the convergence of community health and community-engaged art processes.