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Sustainable Artistic Practices

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Five Senses Workshops

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Fine Arts Workshops

Let your creativity sing!

Textile Workshops

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Olivia Ann Carye Hallstein is a Cambridge-based internationally exhibited interdisciplinary artist who has practiced professionally since 2010 at age 19. She began her career in the artist collectives and state-theaters in Berlin, Germany. In Berlin, she studied at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee in set and costume design and founded a community-oriented arts organization called …impy… in Neukoelln.


As part of …impy… she developed workshops in textile design, puppet making and cuisine and continued her artistic practice with 200 original designed garments, several painted series, a performance practice and was active as a local activist against exploitative gentrification. Since arriving in Boston-Cambridge, she attended and graduated from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University.


She is the co-founder and director of Fine Arts and Management at the JoLiv collaborative with Jonas Kublickas. Other work includes: the Five Senses Project, workshop development, critical written work, costumes for an orchestra and studying natural dyes and pigments.

Exhibition highlights include: 

Maxim-Gorki Theater, Deutsches Theater, LA54, Uferhallen, RAW Temple, Der Kanal, BAT theater, TIK Theater, the MFA Boston and Piano Craft Gallery.


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