Pohanna Pyne Feinberg’s art practice is expressed through community collaborations, participatory audio walks, sound collages, mixed-media installations and in-situ co-creations with place. Her projects often explore textures of impermanence, sensory attunement, collective memory, and decolonizing relationship to place. Her work as an art educator comprises designing and guiding experiential and dialogic workshops and programs for cultural organizations and schools. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Art Education at Concordia University and teaches art history at Dawson College.