Jaclyn Reyes


I am a maker of art and design with experience in bridging multidisciplinary practices with education, storytelling, and research. 

I currently create for the United Nations Department of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs. I have done work for the Resilient Communities program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Penguin Random House, Condé Nast, and Visionaire. In 2014, I received a Fulbright grant and worked as an educator in Malaysia. As a teaching artist, I have worked in Brooklyn, Phnom Penh, Xela, and Gamay.

Currently, I am a 2020 Create Change Artist-in-Residence at The Laundromat Project. I serve on the advisory board for Arts Connect International, and I am also a member of the women-centered music ensemble New Atlantic Chamber Gamelan. I have studied at California State University Long Beach before transferring to Syracuse University where I earned my BFA in Art Photography. I also studied at  Harvard University where I received my master’s degree in education.