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Jasmine Lee is a painter, photographer, and designer; she was born and raised and is currently living in Boston, MA. As a multidisciplinary artist, she has devoted her life to tackling issues impacting her own community through public art and art interventions. In 2020, Jasmine founded her own artistic practice called the Justfly Project and launched a COVID mutual aid initiative to sew and donate masks to local shelters. In her last collaboration with the AAPI for Civic Empowerment Education Fund, she designed a visual graphic for their national GOTV campaign, which led to the highest voter turnout in history among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders during the 2020 presidential elections. Jasmine and her work have been featured in the City of Boston’s In Your Shows Video Series Project, The Boston Globe, Patch, Solstice Magazine, and The Asian American Arts Zine. Jasmine is a graduate of Tufts University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, Community Health, Chinese and Asian American Studies. Furthermore, she received her Master’s in Public Health from Boston University. Jasmine is a recipient of the Transformative Public Art Grant, Paintbox Grant, and the Tasteful Boston Utility Box Project Grant. Her artwork is currently exhibited in the #BeSeenBeCounted Gallery at the Asian Americans Advancing Justice Chicago, 31st Annual Art Days 2021 through the Creative Arts Society at Boston University School of Medicine, Tasteful Boston Utility Box and Paintbox art installations in Chinatown

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