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Ruth Henry

Ruth Henry

Ruth K. Henry is a mixed-media artist who layers colors, texture, and lyrics into intricate reflections on community, conflict, and possibility. In their installations, murals, and music they weave together the art and stories of surrounding communities. Ruth’s belief in art’s power to unite people across painful divides is born of lived experiences as a socially engaged artist, both locally and globally. Ruth has exhibited and performed locally at venues such as Boston Center for the Arts, Harvard University, Center for Latino Arts, Piano Factory, and many others, and has also exhibited and performed internationally in venues such as the Palacio de Inquisición in Cartagena, Colombia, the Srishti Institute in Bangalore, India and the Partners of the Americas Convention in Florianopolis, Brazil. Ruth received a BA from Hampshire College, continued studies through a Fulbright grant to Colombia, and received my MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Ruth currently works as a teaching artist-in-residence at both I Learn America and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute.