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Amy Tuttle is a passionate practitioner of Restorative Arts. She views art-making as a beneficial tool to help communities recover from broken experiences, build resilience, and restore their sense of community pride. She has worked around the world using Restorative Arts, offering public art installations, and has developed curricula for arts-based first response to trauma. Locally, she’s worked with Baker Hunt, Imago, Price Hill Will, Nzuzu and Grailville. Amy lives in Price Hill in an artsy community house and is interested in urban gardening, the arts, and skill-sharing.

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