Jaimey Hamilton Faris is Associate Professor of Contemporary Art and Critical Theory at the University of Hawai`i, Mānoa, where she is also affiliate faculty in the Center for Pacific Islands Studies and the Institute for Sustainability and Resilience. Her writing and public humanities projects advocate for (re)new(ed) creativities and ecologies across the Asia Pacific region and beyond. A series of articles and essays about feminist environmental performance in Oceania can be found in Pacific Arts Journal, Shima, Oceans Rising (Sternberg Press), and Feminist Review. She’s organized arts and regenerative cultures programs across Ka Pae `Āina O Hawai`i Nei, including Inundation: Art and Climate Change in the Pacific. Currently, she’s working on Liquid Futures: Water, Art and Feminism, about care-based community art practices that support climate and water justice.

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