lance Minto-Strouse is a Jamaica artist of Afro-Chinese, Anglo, and  Native American ancestry. His work is primarily focused on themes concerning community, temporary and everyday life through an anthropological lens. Lance first gained interest in using creative tools to address social concerns while participating in the Teen Art Program,  an educational incubator for high school students at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami (MOCA), also, Arts 4 Learning, Teen  Residency Program and later, Perez Art Museum Miami’s (PAMM) Perez  Teen Council. Lance began to commit more time to his creative passions by matriculating at the New World School of the Arts, a public high school and college in Downtown, Miami, FL. Currently, Lance  Minto-Strouse is in his Junior college year, pursuing 
studio and sound arts, as well as curatorial studies. He recently accomplished multiple site-specific community interventions addressing themes of gentrification, isolation, and racism, throughout different South Florida neighborhoods. Lance also participated in “Flag  Project”, Bridge Red, North Miami FL, 2021-2022 “The Matrix of  Creativity: Where the River Meets the Sea”, New Orleans African American Museum, LA .2021 “Follow Me By The Tracks”, North
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