Pohanna Pyne Feinberg is an art educator and audio/visual artist. She has coordinated and guided educational programs for Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal, Walter Phillips Gallery (The Banff Centre), The Wapikoni Mobile, Vezina High School, Leave Out Violence (LOVE), The South Asian Women’s Community Centre (SAWCC), FOFA Gallery (Concordia University) and La Bibliothèque des Jeunes de Montréal. She obtained an MA in Art History from Concordia University and her sound designs have been presented in Montreal, Toronto, New York and Banff. In 2009, she initially created Inspire Art as a place to share her research findings that were compiled during her masters degree. Rencently, Pohanna joined the DHC/ART Education team and is also currently a sessional art history teacher at Dawson College.
drip drop (on-line portfolio)
Documenting community art > Creating on-line collective memory projects (2013) 
Making the invisible visible: documenting the creative process  (Masters thesis, Concordia University, 2011)
Special thanks to Heather Davis for her gracious contribution of information about several projects in Ontario. Here are some links to Heather’s work:
Art As Other Collectives (pdf dwnload) 
Art That Loves People: Relational Subjectivity in Community-based Art.  PhD thesis, Concordia University, 2011