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artist scholar educator


artist | scholar | educator

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artist scholar educator


artist | scholar | educator

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Patricia understands deeply how Memory of State Violence is inherited and has committed her life’s work to cultivating spaces for healing and political empowerment. versed in Public Policy, Political Philosophy, and the performing arts, she has used art to navigate across political barriers. 

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Patricia understands deeply how Memory of State Violence is inherited and has committed her life’s work to cultivating spaces for healing and political empowerment. versed in Public Policy, Political Philosophy, and the performing arts, she has used art to navigate across political barriers. 

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In 2010, she received a Fulbright Fellowship to work in Vietnam and has since co-founded cây, the first life skills and art therapy reintegration program for human trafficking survivors along the border regions of Vietnam.

 

She has performed at the Nha San Collective in Vietnam, the Mission Cultural Center in San Francisco, Links Hall, Oberlin College, Northwestern University, University of Massachusetts Boston, Prague Quadrennial, and Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Chile.

 

Patricia is currently a Ph.D. CANDIDATE in Performance Studies at Northwestern University. She is also a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow for New Americans.

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In 2010, she received a Fulbright Fellowship to work in Vietnam and has since co-founded cây, the first life skills and art therapy reintegration program for human trafficking survivors along the border regions of Vietnam.

 

She has performed at the Nha San Collective in Vietnam, the Mission Cultural Center in San Francisco, Links Hall, Oberlin College, Northwestern University, University of Massachusetts Boston, Prague Quadrennial, and Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Chile.

 

Patricia is currently a Ph.D. CANDIDATE in Performance Studies at Northwestern University. She is also a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow for New Americans.

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