Amanda Figueroa

Co-Founder

Amanda is a PhD candidate in American Studies at Harvard University. Her dissertation focuses on the role of exhibition design in audience engagements with art by Latina artists. She believes that public art education is the future of civic education, and the fastest path for community development.

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Ravon Ruffin

Co-Founder

Ravon is a Social Engagement Producer at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. Urban sustainability, digital culture and Black Feminism are the lenses through which she seeks to redefine the museum as a community space. She is interested in the acts of self-preservation that social and digital media platforms inspire.

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Brown Art Ink

Brown Art Ink is a community-building project and incubator created to increase the arts ecosystem for women artists, cultural and communities of color based in the greater Washington DC-Baltimore area. By creating opportunities for artists and developing public events to showcase them, our goal is to build stronger and more intimate relationships between the creators and appreciators of local art

Arts & Entertainment
6205 Kildare Ct.
Ft Washington, MD 20744