Clarinda Mac Low
CLARINDA MAC LOW started out working in dance and molecular biology and now works in performance and installation, creating participatory events. She is also a professor in design and technology, a former HIV/AIDS researcher and medical journalist, Executive Director of Culture Push (an organization that links artistic practice and civic engagement, and co-director of Works on Water, supporting artists that work with waterways. BA, double major in Dance and Molecular Biology, from Wesleyan University, MFA in Digital and Interdisciplinary Arts Practice from CCNY-CUNY, currently serving as a Creative Programs Coordinator at Genspace, a community biology laboratory in Brooklyn.