Chat Travieso is a Brooklyn-based artist, designer, and educator. His public art works have been commissioned by or organized in collaboration with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance, The Architectural League of New York, Design Trust for Public Space, the NYC Department of Transportation, the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation, the Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco), the Elsewhere Museum, and the Cambridge Arts Council. He has worked as a teaching artist with the Center for Urban Pedagogy and Hester Street Collaborative. His work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Designboom, The Atlantic’s CityLab, and BOMB Magazine as well as the books Pop-Up City: City-making In a Fluid World (BIS Publishers, 2014) and Supernew Supergraphics (Unit Editions, 2014). His residencies include the New York Studio Residency Program, LMCC Process Space, and Smack Mellon Studio Program. He is the recipient of a USA YoungArts Fellowship, New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellowship as part of his Smack Mellon residency, a Community Arts Fund Grant from the Brooklyn Arts Council, a Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Scholarship and the Matthew J. Quinn Prize from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the Moulton Andrus Award and the Harvey R. Russel Scholarship from the Yale School of Architecture, and the F. Grainger Marburg Traveling Award from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He is a YoungArts winner in Visual Arts and a U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. Travieso attended the New World School of the Arts high school in Miami, FL. He received a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an M.Arch from the Yale School of Architecture.