Lisa Link is a web designer and art educator in Boston, MA. Her multi-media work focuses on political issues and engaging community. She recently completed an activist design series in support of public education with Boston public school parents fighting budget cuts. Her ongoing video performance project about economics and class “If I worked for 493 Years” has been shown internationally. In the 1990s she created an exhibit about women’s healthcare that toured nationally for 13 years and now resides permanently in the Center for the study of Political Graphics in Los Angeles.
As a fellow she collaborated with Carolyn P. Speranza ono “End of the Line: Building Bridges with Pittsburgh’s Busways”, a community-based artistic collaboration examining historic and contemporary issues in Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods. She began working at the STUDIO following her collaboration with artist Carolyn Speranza 1992-3 to complete a commission for Pittsburgh’s first digitally designed, printed and portable public art mural, “Literacy Windows.” (See also on our Vimeo Channel)