Andrea Gil-Garcia is an educator and cultural worker committed to equity, increasing meaningful social engagement, and amplifying diverse voices in programming around New York City. She has over 10 years of experience in critical pedagogy, cultural programming, and art administration in museums and grassroots community art institutions including Groundswell Community Mural Project, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Artists Space, and the Dedalus Foundation.
Andrea holds a B.A. in Visual and Education studies from the New School.
Get to know Andrea Gil-Garcia
In your opinion, why does art matter?
The arts matter because they can be used as an interdisciplinary tool to connect with a culturally diverse world and create social change.
What LP value do you most relate to and why?
The LP’s value to be propelled with love as a radical and essential act of power resonates with me, especially when it is needed most right now as New York City heals from the Covid-19 pandemic.