Thank you for being here. Your presence means a lot to me. I’m a socially engaged visual artist and poet. It is my greatest joy to create tender containers for people to awaken their dormant creatives and hold each other in community. Here you will find the beginning stages of projects, the pieces of me I bring to this work, and all the ways you can be involved. Wishing you a vibrant life of inspiration, color, and liberation.
Giselle Buchanan is an EcoWomanist, Afro-Caribbean American writer, artist, and workshop facilitator based between New York and Los Angeles.
She has performed and held workshops at New York University, Spirit Weavers Gathering, Housing Works Bookstore, The Wing, MoCADA Museum, Chicago Theater, Apollo Theater, Bowery Poetry Club, Nuyorican Poet’s Cafe and elsewhere.
In addition, she has held workshops and readings in universities across the country.
Giselle has published writings in the print literary magazine, Hanging Loose and her poems have been featured on media outlets like MSG network and Nickelodeon. She was featured on xoNecole.com as one of 5 Black Women Artists You Need To Know.