|Established in 1998, Dieppa Studio has established an art, design
and educational practice that has served the Boston community
through working with artists, educators and students to create
meaningful partnerships and experiences to enhance learning and
engagement through the arts.
Services include: strategic development, professional development
planning and implementation, leadership coaching, arts integration,
program development, teacher development and artist in
|Chandra Dieppa Ortiz
is an artist and educator, who creates artistic work and collaborative
experiences that use a historical lens to illustrate the beauty and
struggle of the times in which we live, in order to build community
and create insight and momentum in addressing issues of injustice
and marginality in artistic, community and educational settings.
Dieppa works collaboratively with a range of artists to create
engaging classroom curriculum and artistic experiences. A particular
area of specialty is using the arts to address issues of marginality
and oppression through the arts.
Dieppa has worked with the following organizations as an artist,
educator and teacher trainer: Dorchester Academy, Milton Academy,
Boston Arts Academy, Fenway High School, West Roxbury High
School, O'Bryant High School, Snowden International High School,
McCormack Middle School, Umana Barnes Middle School, William
Paterson University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the
School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Harvard University.