is Co-Founder and the Research Directrix of Practice Space. She oversees our in-house research agenda - crafting questions and building our seasonal reading lists, and spearheading the front end of long-term projects and business development, including client work, public programs, and publications. Diana’s creative work investigates the interactions between narrative, the rhythms of time and sense of place. Diana is the Doing History Curator of the Cambridge Historical Society and runs the Our Riverside program at the Cambridge Community Center, one of Practice Space’s first projects. Diana received a MUP in Urban Planning and Design from Harvard University. Learn more about her past work at dianalempel.me.
is Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Practice Space. Nicole is responsible for the Visiting Artist program - curatorial platforms- installations - physical environments-public programs- progressive pedagogy- and events. In her public programming she designs spaces for experimenting with art materials and the processing of ideas. Nicole has been an artist-in-residence at Fogo Island Arts,The Banff Centre for Art, and Santa Fe Art Institute. Nicole was the Curator of Educational and Public Programs at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. Nicole holds an M.A. in Exhibition and Museum Studies from San Francisco Art Institute. See her past work at NicoleLattuca.com.
Alexandra Jane Williams
is Practice Space’s Publications Designer. Originally from San Francisco, she started her career as a hand bookbinder and has continued to pursuit a personal printmaking a bookbinding practice. She co-founded and remains a part of Open Windows Cooperative, a community Letterpress and Bookbinding studio / gallery, and worked on Airbnb’s creative marketing team where she produced events and co-founded the Common Studio - a creative space / screen printing studio for employees. To learn more about her personal practice, visit alexandrajanewilliams.com; to learn more about Open Windows Cooperative, visit openwindowscooperative.com.
Megan Langelier is the Studio Manager at Practice Space. Megan was born in Nashua, New Hampshire, and studied art and art therapy at Lesley University 2008-2015, earning her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Specialization in Expressive Therapy: Art Therapy. Helping others access art has been a major influence on her professionally and personally. Her philosophy is to inspire others and herself to create art, in whatever form that takes. Manager of Muckykids Art Studio in Cambridge, MA for 5.5 years, color, line, shape and texture were constant areas of exploration and play. Megan currently assists young preschool artists at Cambridge Ellis School, teaching them art & art history. She will be in the shop on Thursdays and Saturdays - come make art!