Gabrielle Senza – Artist, Activist, Empowerment Coach

Gabrielle Senza is a multidisciplinary artist with a deep commitment to fostering a culture of compassion and fearlessness. Through audience-participatory installations, performances, and workshops, she encourages critical engagement and dialogue about unseen societal and environmental forces. Her artistic practice focuses on illuminating the invisible and unheard aspects of our world, bridging gaps in understanding through visual and performance art.

Senza exhibits, lectures, and performs internationally, and her work is represented in corporate, public, and private collections around the globe, including MoMA New York, the Whitney Museum, and Lifetime Entertainment among them. With a specific focus on creative engagement for social and environmental change, her projects are often showcased in a variety of settings, from museums and galleries to public spaces and international symposia.

Senza’s notable projects, such as The Long Slow Crawl, The Collaborative Scroll, Walk Unafraid, Terra Temporalis, and the InVisibility Lab, underscore her role as a creative researcher engaging international audiences through experimental events. Her most recent endeavor, Antarctica Temporalis, blends ephemeral art, mystical trance performances and inspiring climate narratives, encouraging individuals across generations to participate in a joy-filled climate movement. 

An MFA graduate from Transart Institute and a ZK/U-Berlin Fellow, Senza has received several awards, grants, and artist residencies. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of Walk Unafraid, a nonprofit organization that champions creative activism and supports under-represented and under-resourced artists, particularly from BIPOC and LGBTQ communities.

Based in the Berkshire hills of western Massachusetts for over 35 years, Senza continues to devote time and resources to protecting the environment and building a world where everyone is seen, heard and celebrated.

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