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ONLINEJLive Art: Adriana Katzew

March 5, 2021 Free
Katzew headshot (JARTS)
Adriana Katzew (Courtesy photo)

Adriana Katzew’s work searches to unearth stories and memories of people, moments and places, with much of her photography-based work featuring images of her own Mexican Jewish family.

Adriana Katzew is an artist, teacher and scholar. Her photography-based art practice reveals her deep interest in social documentary, history and marginalized voices. Her work strives to unearth stories and memories of people, moments and places, addressing societal conditions and issues of social justice. Through her images she captures an often voiceless segment of society and seeks to uncover the individual narratives and humanity of each subject. Adriana is a professor of art education at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her teaching and research focus on community engagement and social justice, on the intersection between visual arts and Latinx activism, and on arts-based approaches to interdisciplinary teaching and learning. She holds an Ed.D. from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education, a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree in American history and literature from Harvard University.

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