Pauline Pisano is an artist, cultural worker, and community organizer in various campaigns throughout New York State. She recently obtained her MSW from Silberman School of Social Work @ Hunter College (CUNY). Pauline is a coordinator for the New York State Arts and Culture Committee 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 is a co-founder of Songs In The Key Of Resistance, a cross-movement cultural arts incubator housed by The People’s Forum. She organizes with The Institute for the Development of The Human Arts, a movement seeking to offer alternatives to mental health that challenge the current biomedical model.
Pauline was recently accepted into Byrdcliffe's summer artist residency program of 2020.