Lori Waselchuk

Assistant Director of Public Programs
Portrait of a woman with long brown hair, wearing brown glasses and a blouse with red and black flowers.
About
Program
Public Education & Engagement
Public Programs
215-391-4806
Office
Historic Landmark Building
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Lori Waselchuk is the Assistant Director of Public Programs at PAFA. Before joining PAFA’s staff,  Waselchuk was the exhibitions and programs coordinator at TILT, where she co-created and directed the Women’s Mobile Museum with Zanele Muholi. She is a documentary photographer whose works have appeared in national and international exhibitions and publications. Waselchuk also curates and coordinates projects that prioritize creative engagement and social change, including Grace Before Dying, a collaboration with incarcerated hospice caregivers at the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Waselchuk has received many honors for her work including a Pew Fellowship for the Arts and a Leeway Foundation Transformation Award.