Get creative with us in Courage to Care, an installation by Boston artist Sabrina Dorsainvil in the Bank of America Art Lab. Explore characters and stories brought to life through a mural designed just for the ICA! Each story reveals an act of care and serves as inspiration for reflecting on the ways you give and receive care in the world. What does care look like for yourself?  How do you care for your community?

Join us for an immersive hands-on art-making experience and create physical artifacts that hold memories, manifestations, and movements of and toward collective care. Take your artwork home or add it to a display of visitor reflections and creations! 

About the Artist

Sabrina Dorsainvil (she/they) is a Boston-based public artist, civic designer, and illustrator. Sabrina uses creative approaches to navigate issues around public health, civic participation, care infrastructure, and the built environment. They served as the first Director of Civic Design for the City of Boston’s Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics and continues to work with local community-based organizations, non-profits, large institutions, and startups on issues regarding social, spatial, and environmental justice.  

Sabrina is captivated by people and how we interact with one another and our everyday spaces. As a muralist, they play an active role in their local creative community using their art to tell stories, unpack complex ideas, and find simple yet vibrant ways of celebrating people and their humanity. Sabrina holds a BFA in Industrial Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) and an MS in Design and Urban Ecologies from Parsons School of Design. 

Free Admission for Youth

Youth 18 and under always receive FREE museum admission. The ICA is committed to providing access to the art and artists of our time—and we do this with the incredible support of our community. Explore the +1 Membership: A free ICA membership program for youth 0-18.

Questions? Reach us at familyprograms@icaboston.org.