Frances Cathryn

Kingston, NY

Frances Cathryn is an editor, museum worker, and community organizer who fights to recontextualize stories as they’ve been told to us. Her work confronting racist histories and the myth of neutrality in museums helped her start wip projects, where she looks forward to building something different. Frances collaborates with organizations to celebrate creative expression and dismantle systems of institutional discrimination that exclude the voices of marginalized folks from the conversation around art making. Her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Review of Books, ARTnews magazine, the Creative Independent, and the Museum of Modern Art. She has also held workshops and public talks at MASS MoCA, the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, among others.