Interdisciplinary performance artist and Founder of Micro Museum®. Since 1986 she has been an advocate for cultural tourism in Brooklyn and points beyond, as well as, a deeply committed community minded force. As primary curator, she orchestrates live art performance, visual art exhibitions and digital art events for viewers. Ms Laziza has a long history of collaborating with visual artists, musicians, digital experts including her partner of 40 years, William Laziza. Together they build interactive media sculptures that are human powered. Her expertise involves raising children in NYC, bringing people together to learn how to share, plus teaching NYC art teachers and students how to value their creative contributions. She was a major community presence at Pierrepont Playground where she directed a summer dance/art/science program servicing the youngest members of society along with their caregivers for over 2 decades, plus giving first job experience for 100s of Brooklyn youth. She worked with organizations: Chinese American Planning Council, South Brooklyn LDC, Good Sheppard Services and City-As-School, until 2009. Additionally she was senior curator for Micro Museum’s not-for-profit gallery from 2002-2014. Today she is re-imaging a new direction for her art institution as a distance learning center. She invites viewers to visit the MAKE IT YOUR OWN video mini-series at this website or listen to the series as a podcast at kathleenlaziza.com. Her dedication to teen populations is evident in her new book TEEN GUIDE TO PARENTS: How to Manipulate Without Them Knowing. Available on Amazon and Kindle. (ISBN # 978-1-7336991-0-5)
This advice book offers solid ideas for teens because even half way good parents are annoying from time to time and of course, many parents are simply dreadful at parenting. There is no need for teens to suffer, this book is filled with tons of ideas about how to pacify parents with communication tools and techniques.
Found object works, designed by Kathleen Laziza to be whimsical decorative artworks for tabletops and display.
Paintings by Kathleen Laziza circa (1979- 2016) - on display by appointment.
Videodance works by Kathleen Laziza and collaborators circa (1981- 2016) Click here to see more information about the dance company: Laziza Electrique Dance Company
A series of 23 drawings documenting a worldwide travelog by Kathleen Laziza in 1979.