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 (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 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.


Pauline recently completed a seasonal residency at Byrdcliffe's Artists in Residence (AIR) program, and is finalizing the release of projects that were created during this past summer. 


Special thanks to friends and family that continue to support + inspire.

Also sending love to all of the artists, organizers and  educators that have challenged us to go deeper + explore what else is possible.