About meErin Howley is an educator and artist whose work deepens relational learning within organizations and
collectives. With more than a decade of work at the intersection of critical education and socially-engaged arts, Erin has led diverse art and social justice programming in prisons, universities and social service settings. She uses her in-depth training in intergroup diversity dialogues, adult education and group facilitation to engage people in arts-based projects about intersecting social, political, geographic, and cultural dynamics. Erin recently completed her Master’s degree with a focus on group-based approaches to art and community health in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University.