Sabrina Dorsainvil is a public artist, illustrator, and civic designer whose work ranges from playful drawings to strategic design projects. Sabrina’s civic practice centers on navigating the human experience and uses creative approaches to issues around public health, civic participation, care infrastructure, and the built environment. Fascinated by people and the way we interact with each other and everyday spaces, Sabrina’s artwork focuses on storytelling and finding simple ways of celebrating people and their humanity.
Recently, Sabrina served as the first Director of Civic Design for the City of Boston’s Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics. Sabrina also serves as a member of several arts, design, urbanism and youth-centered non-profit boards as well as a visiting artist, panelist, educator, advisor and lecturer in a variety of spaces. Sabrina has a BFA in Industrial Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and an MS in Design and Urban Ecologies from Parsons the New School of Design.
"Take Care" 2021 Blairsville, PA, Photo by Ramiro Davaro-Comas
In the Company of Your Creative Self - Workshop series, Photo by Ally Schmaling
"Sea Keepers / Guardianes del Mar" 2021, East Boston, MA
"Allston, I really love you" 2019, Allston, MA