Phoebe Bachman (she/they) is a Philadelphia based artist, facilitator, and curator. They have spent the last decade building an interdisciplinary creative career rooted in collaboration. They are an avid networker who finds joy in group dynamics, problem-solving, and leading projects from start to finish.
They work alongside local experts to amplify on-going acts of resistance and build reciprocal relationships with particular attention paid to economic, gender, and racial justice. Their methodologies range from mapping and collage, to creating popular education tools, to facilitating intimate and large-scale events.
Bachman completed a Masters at the Center for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths College, University of London. They are a member of Urban Front, a transnational cooperative consultancy and works closely with the Debt Collective, Philadelphia Revenue Project, and End the Exception.
In the past, she has worked as a facilitator, project manager, and curator for numerous arts based organizations including Mural Arts Philadelphia, The Free Library of Philadelphia, BAK, Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia Assembled) and Creative Time.