Photo by Anita Morse
Originally from Port of Spain, Trinidad W.I., and educated in the United States, Todd Ayoung is a multi-media visual artist specializing in two and three-dimensional design.
Todd has exhibited in museums and galleries in Denmark, Austria, Belgium, England, Holland, Colombia, Costa Rica, and throughout the United States. His artwork has been published in THIRD TEXT, Front 3, Fredag, New York Talk, DOCUMENTS, Bomb Magazine, Kyoto Journal, Semiotext(e), Found Object, Art Journal, New Observations, Social Text, ARTBAR, Artworld Digest Magazine and Shifter Magazine.
Todd is an Adjunct Associate Professor – CCE, and a Lecturer in Foundation, Continuing and Professional Studies at Pratt Institute, and part-time Lecturer at Parsons School of Design.
Todd also serves as the Artist In Residence at New Roots Public Charter School, focusing on Social Equity and Environmental Justice, and is a trained facilitator for Talking Circles On Race and Racism, at the Multicultural Resource Center both in Ithaca, NY.
Todd was a founding member of the Second Neighborhood Group family at an Intentional and sustainability based Ecovillage at Ithaca, the largest of its kind on the East Coast.