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Connie Fiorella Fitzpatrick

City:Lawrence
Phone:316-789-3492
Email:[email protected]
Website:connefiorella.com

About

Connie is a community-based public art organizer and muralist based in Lawrence, KS. Her work reflects her Peruvian heritage where she lived until age ten and focuses on projects that build racial and cultural equity. Some of her murals include “Compartiendo Culturas” “Sharing Cultures”with the help of the Carver Dual Language School the grade class of 2019; and “Justicia Para Las Madres Inmigrantes” with Horizontes Project in Wichita, KS. She is the first Kansas National Association of Latino Arts & Culture ALI and LI Fellow. Currently Connie is the program manager of the Ethnic Markets Initiative: People’s Markets Program.

Community Activity Information

Bellow is the list of activities I can provide:

  1. Multilingual mural projects and presentations in English and Spanish.
  2. Private and Public mural installations that align with my diversity and equity values.
  3. Presentations and talks on ruralism and my work.
  4. Project Consultation
Educational Activity Information

All of my work is largely centered around equity. My community activities are the same as my educational activities. Below is the list of activities I can provide:

  1. Multilingual mural projects and presentations in English and Spanish.
  2. Private and Public mural installations that align with my diversity and equity values.
  3. Presentations and talks on muralism and my work.
Program Fee

Mural Projects fees will vary depending on the following variables:

  • Location (travel and lodge)
  • Size of mural
  • Mural surface (ex: panels, on wall, on mural fabric)
  • Community Engagement (Number of workshops and research required)
  • Mural projects I can offer range between $2,500 – $30,000 —Presentation and talks 500-3,000. Depending on location. — Project Consultation $130 per hour flat rate.
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