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Liz Laribee is an artist and organizer. Her illustration work has appeared in Occasionally Accurate Science (Nomadic Press, 2017) and Colonial Comics (Fulcrum Press, 2017). She has taught writing and art-making to children in and out of the classroom for her entire career.  She was granted the Spectrum Arts Award, the YWCA Emerging Leader Award, and the title of Artist in Residency for the City of Harrisburg.  She launched The MakeSpace Arts Collective, Sprocket Mural Arts, and DCBA Lawyers for the Arts in pursuit of arts advocacy.  Currently, she is pursuing a Master's in Library and Information Science with a dual certification in Museum Scholarship at The University of Maryland.
She lives in Alrington, happily


-Amira in America: an illustrated story and reference guide on refugee resettlement
-Saved By The bell hooks: a critical theory mashup
-The MakeSpace: an arts collective founded and run by volunteers and artists
-Sprocket Mural Works: a citywide initiative to generate and document public art
-DCBA Lawyers For the Arts: a pro-bono legal program for artists and entrepreneurs