Pasqualina Azzarello


Pasqualina Azzarello is an artist, educator, and community advocate.
Through public murals, installations, and performances she has engaged
individuals, communities, and local stakeholders in meaningful ways
for fifteen years. In addition to her studio practice, she has charted
unconventional channels to explore and share her work: painted rocks,
public shrines, and most notably, large-scale painted murals upon the
temporary walls that surround construction sites. Pasqualina received
a BFA from the University of Massachusetts, an MFA from Mason Gross
School of Art at Rutgers University, was a resident of Skowhegan
School of Art in 2008, and currently serves as co-chair of the
Skowhegan Alumni Alliance. Her public art projects have been featured
in The New York Times, NY Press, Brooklyn Papers, and INY.

In 2009, Pasqualina became the Executive Director of
Recycle-A-Bicycle, a community-based bike shop and non-profit
organization, where she cultivated partnerships with community-based
organizations, elected officials, and city agencies. Pasqualina has
led workshops and presentations about youth and community engagement
at the Safe Routes to School National Partnership conference, the
American Planning Association’s national conference, and the League of
American Bicyclists’ National Bike Summit. She is also a leader in the
national youth bike education movement and founded the Youth Bike

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