Rosine Association 2.0 seeks to connect contemporary harm reduction leaders, archivists, and artists involved in today’s street economies to the archives of 19th century activist Quaker and reformer Mira Sharpless Townsend who formed the original Rosine Association to support women on whom society had turned its back. We’re providing facilitation services to the collective as the project develops.
My role on this project is as a founding artistic advisor and facilitator.