Lady K-Fever is an internationally recognized Bronx based Graffiti- Street artist, activist, educator, and curator that specializes in producing unique social engagement arts and education projects that focus on community through collaboration, compassion, liberation, empowerment, and healing. A recipient of Assemblyman Jose Rivera's Excellence in Community Service Award in 2016 and AIM Fellow with the Bronx Museum 2018. Her work has been exhibited with the New York Sanitation Dept.: Trucks of Art, New York City Parks Dept. Art in the Parks: 2015-2019, DOT Arts, The Bronx Museum, Montefiore Hospital, Art in Odd Places, Intermedia Arts and Longwood Art Gallery, and featured in publications: CBS news, ABC news Fox5, WPIX 11, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, Daily News and in books: Street Messages, Graffiti Women: Street Art from Five Continents, We B Girls, Burning New York: Graffiti NYC and The Bronx Artist Documentary Project.