Miguel Braceli is an artist, architect and educator. His practice is focused on participatory projects in public space.

Most of Miguel's projects have been large scale works, developed in countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, México, Spain, Sweden, United States, and Venezuela. These works explore notions of borders, migrations, national identity and social-political conflicts; working from the geopolitical geography to a human scale.


:: An informal interview with Miguel

>>WHat are your pronouns?
>>Where do you call home?
Hard to say
>>What is your program and year of graduation? 
Mount Royal School of Art MFA '20
>>What inspired you to take the leap of going to graduate school?
Learning English and approaching the North American art education system.
>>How has this scholarship impacted your thinking and process during your time in graduate school? 
Through the Leslie King-Hammond Graduate Fellowship I created a network to develop my first participatory project in the US. I'm really thankful and honored to be a part of that community.
>>What have you been working on? Share the driving questions and inspiration that informs your work as an artist, designer, educator and/or activist. 
I'm founding an art platform for radical learning in public space. My research explores the idea of education as art, believing that education must act on real contexts to contribute and learn from them.
>>Do you have a website or art instagram you'd like to share? Please do so here!
https://www.miguelbraceli.com @miguelbraceli

Find more information about the Leslie King-Hammond Graduate Fellowship here.