Xenia Diente is a Queens based public art administrator with over 20 years of experience working with emerging to established visual artists to plan, design, fabricate and install projects citywide in civic architecture and infrastructure. Recognition for nyc percent for art projects have included the NYC Design Commission Award for Excellence in Design, Americans for the Arts Public Art Network Year in Review and Collaboration of Design + Art.  Xenia is a 2014 Coro LNY25 alumna, and 2011 recipient of the Atlantic Center for the Arts social practice artist residency led by Rick Lowe, as well as served on numerous art & design panels. She currently volunteers on the executive board of Filipino American National History Society - Metro NY chapter. Diente earned a BFA in 1999 from Cooper Union for the advancement of Science and Art, NYC. Xenia believes in strengthening opportunities for artists and designers to creatively serve NYC.  She is a 2020 artist-in-residence at The Laundromat Project and artist-curator for Little Manila Queens Bayanihan Arts.

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