Instagram Brand Development Initiative, 2018
Photography/Design Copyright Astrud Reed
Public Art, Arts Advocacy, Academic/Non-Profit Management
Photography, all types
Writing / Editing / Design / Social Media Management
Curating (Native Curator)
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• Curator, photographer, strategist, marketing analyst, fund raiser, writer, urban planner, environmental scientist, and community activist/organizer
• I am passionate about community engagement, enhancement, and empowerment. I believe participatory art, education, and evolving urban designed green spaces, celebrating diversity, are the keys to achieving these goals. No one should be left out. No idea is insignificant. We are stronger and happier citizens when we work, live, and play together, in aesthetically pleasing environments.
The following projects are currently being prepared for publication and presentation:
“Tactical Urbanism and the Dynamic Shift to Embrace Deviance and Diversity: The Beauty and Tone of LA Street Art in Twenty-first Century Communities”
"Gardening, the Community, and the Environment: 21st Century Sustainable Practices in Healthy Community Building”
"Cultural Thought and Ethical Practices in Indigenous Museum and Research Collections"
"Specialized Skills and Procedures for Pathology Documentation, Publication, and Digitized Collections Management of Indigenous Bone, Teeth, and Artifact Photography”
Battling Americana: Taking the Indian Out of the Cupboard
Solo, student-curated exhibit from June - September 2014
James T. Bialac Native American Art Collection Curatorial Intern
for heather ahtone, Associate Curator
Traditional Themes in Contemporary Cherokee Art
Changing Public Perceptions of LA Street Art - University of Oklahoma Master of Arts Presentation
"Specialized Skills and Procedures for Pathology Documentation, Publication, and
Digitized Collections Management of Indigenous Bone, Teeth, and Artifact Photography”
A sample of the journal article based on research with University of Oklahoma,
Additional Project Mentors:
"21st Century Landscape Photography: Designs for the Environment"
"Three Centuries of Landscape Photography in the American West:
Evolution of a Genre from Inception to Social Movement"