ART & ACTIVISM TAKIN' IT TO THE STREETS A conversation about monuments commemorating notable New York women, including visual artist Joan Di Lieto. 2017 “Single fare, Edition 4” Highline Stages, New York, NY. NEW YORK ACADEMY OF ART and HIGHLINE STAGES presents a show of small works made by artists Joan Di Lieto with New York City MetroCards. Saint #1 Saint #2 Saint #3 Saint #4 Saint #5 Saint #6 Saint #7 SING FOR HOPE - 2016 2016 “Sing for Hope” Public Art Project, “Global Waterfront Village” Location: Jane Bailey Memorial Garden, Brooklyn-NY. From the Bronx to Beirut, The Sing for Hope Pianos is a global arts initiative that produces artist-designed pianos; places them in public spaces for anyone and everyone to enjoy; then transports and activates them year-round in permanent homes in schools, hospitals, transit hubs, refugee camps, and community-based organizations. With more media impressions than any other public art project in the past decade and over 575 individual piano artworks created, Sing for Hope has provided more pianos for under-resourced public schools than any other organization worldwide. 100 GATES PROJECT - 2015 2016 #100GATES PROJECT, Public Art Project “Golden Nest”135 Division Street, New York, NY Sponsored by LES BID. 2015 #100GATES PROJECT, Public Art Project “Byzantine Garden”34 Canal Street, New York, NY Sponsored by LES BID. CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR - 2015 2015 Chinese Lunar New Year Parade. “Year of the Ram” Public Art Project Sponsored by the Chinatown.Sculpture + Painting of Life Size Papier Mache Rams for the Parade. PROJECT MIELE In January 2014, my “Project Miele” triptych was permanently installed at the Tisch Cancer Center/Ruttenberg Treatment Center at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City. 2014 “Project Miele” Permanent Painting Installation, Solo Exhibition.Tisch Cancer Center/Ruttenberg Treatment Center.The Hess Center for Science + Medicine, Mt. Sinai Hospital New York, NY.