Pauline Pisano is a multimedia artist, cultural worker, and community organizer in various campaigns from New York to Maryland. She recently obtained her MSW from Silberman School of Social Work (CUNY) class of 2020 and was awarded The Carmen Ortiz Hendrick Award for Excellence with a fellow classmate. Pauline is a coordinator for the New York and Maryland Arts and Culture Committees for The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, a movement seeking to address the interlocking issues of racism, militarism, poverty, and ecological devastation. She was a co-founder of Songs In The Key Of Resistance, a cross-movement cultural arts incubator housed by The People’s Forum and a Byrdcliffe Artist in residence in 2020. Pauline is currently a digital organizer for Labor Religion Coalition and is finishing a self-produced album, THE TOWER, to be released in 2022.
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Released 2019. Post-rock anti-imperialist climate change musical The Cat, The Bird and Revolution. Written, co-produced and performed by Pauline and Jason Crawford.
Released 2021. Produced, mixed, arranged, and engineered by Pauline. Lead vocals + lyrics by Ciara Taylor. Instrumentation and backing vocals also by Pauline