Lauraberth Silva Lima is an independent cultural consultant with over 10 years of experience in education and community engagement in cultural institutions. Lauraberth brings an intersectional lens of health, art, and scoial justice to consulting practice through interdisciplinary expertise in intergenerational engagement, health equity advocacy, youth development, early childhood education, museum and art education, as well as programming for LGBTQI+/gender non-conforming communities.

Lauraberth served as the Director of Education for No Longer Empty and managed Family and Community Engagement Programs and the Internship in Museum Education Program at the Museum of the City of New York. She is a founding member of the arts education organization, The Love Yourself Project, NYC, 501(c)3 and a member of The Committee to Empower Voices for Healing and Equity (led by NYC DCLA). She serves as Vice Chair of the Advisory Board of Making Gay History and served as an Advisor on health and gender for Creative Time Summit X. Lauraberth has also worked as the Family Programs Coordinator at the Brooklyn Museum, the Education Director at the Boys and Girls Club of Boston, a Teaching Artist with the Healing Arts Initiative, the Lead UPK Teacher in a Brooklyn Head Start program and has collaborated with many organizations.

She is currently a non-traditional Pre-Medical Studies student applying to medical school and worked as a Researcher at Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center. Lauraberth earned her MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.


Seminars & Working Groups

Wellcome's Mindscapes NYC Working Group

The Center for the Humanities, CUNY is hosting a Working Group for local Mindscapes partners in New York to workshop projects and collaborate over the next year.