Carlie Bristow Febo is an artist, museum educator, youth development professional, and creative collaborator in Boston. She has worked in museums around Boston such as Tufts Art Gallery, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston. Most recently she led creative youth development and social justice based teen programs at the ICA/Boston. She is the co-founder of artist collective Make Art and Cry and manager of multiple nationally touring performance poetry artists. In addition, she proudly serves as President of the Board for Feminine Empowerment Movement Slam (FEMS) and co-founded The Cauldron, a monthly communal meal encouraging people to stand in their power through self-care and building community. As an artist, she is focused on creating art where food, the body, intimacy, voice and silence collide through performance art, video, and photography. She is particularly interested in creating spaces of creativity and fostering artistic expression through self exploration.