Emily Chow Bluck is an artist, educator, and organizer based in New York City. Working primarily with communities of color in urban neighborhoods, she uses her art praxis to build local campaigns for social justice. These creative campaigns harness experiences of struggle and oppression to manifest new narratives of overcoming, social value, and self-determined futures. She has been actively engaged in organizing in Los Angeles, Baltimore, and New York City, working with organizations such as the Labor/Community Strategy Center, No Boundaries Coalition, and the Audre Lorde Project. Emily is currently the Inaugural Dina Wind Art as Catalyst Fellow at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia. Emily holds a B.A. in Politics & International Relations from Scripps College and a M.F.A. in Community Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art.