Robin Hewlett is an artist and organizer based in Chicago. Hewlett works at the intersection of artistic practice and social justice through her participation in community-based initiatives such as AREA Chicago, Project NIA, Teachers for Social Justice and La Casita Community Library. She is currently exploring education as a creative process through which culture and knowledge are created, contested and transformed. Other collaborative projects that link art, education, economy and community include Backstory Café and Social Center, on South Side of Chicago and One Mile Garden in York, AL.
Robin Hewlett has crowd-funded a project with 3AP
- $4,249 raised of $4,000 goal
- 0 Days 0:00:00 LEFT
- 3Arts matched
- 106% funded
Applying creative solutions to community health problems, this project will engage citizens and policy leaders in creating games, socio-dramas, and other educational materials as part of a new lending library of tools to support good health and well-being.Read more about Creating Tools for Community Health