Alumni Stories: “Where Are They Now?”

“You can make your entire life full of art.”

Ayana Mack arrives at the EpiCenter in striking red-framed glasses and a sleek professional get-up
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley’s campaign T-shirt and tote, examples of Ayana’s product design.
Ayana was in charge of event branding for the Boston Art & Music Soul Festival.
Ayana directed design for social media headers, stage banners, and even billboards. (Photo: American Repertory Theater)
Ayana has collaborated with artists and businesses as far as Martha’s Vineyard, Washington, D.C., Virginia.
Ayana Mack, “Self-Portrait.” Her favorite project from AFH.
Ayana painted as a teenager in the AFH Painting Studio and still loves to paint today.


“When did this happen?”

Ayana’s work explores themes of transformation, leadership, and strength.

“My entire life is art, whether it’s designed, whether it’s visual, it’s all art.”





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