TATIP Anthology


Tishawn Gonsalves, Visual Artist

Tishawn Gonsalves is an artist and art educator. She focuses on creating multi sensory and cross-disciplinary curriculums and projects that combine art education, environmental science and cultural food politics. Utilizing a multitude of creative pedagogical methods to expose students to a variety of artistic practices and awareness of art in society. A BFA degree from Pratt Institute, she has also augmented her studies with agriculture and food justice politics and is pursuing an MA in Early Childhood Education and Curriculum Development. In addition she is and educator for With Food in Mind and Doing Art Together. Tishawn has been a Marquis Studios teaching artist since 2014, and is continually expanding her repertoire in order to teach other disciplines within the Visual Arts.


Tishawn has has been interning at IS 126Q with Deanna Green and Kate Lee.

Most memorable TATIP moment:

“Being apart the TATIP program was a incredible experience filled with amazing professional development and enriching communal dialouge. I learned so much through the wended sessions and additional seminars on social justice and community development through the arts, the  closing rituals were a wonderful opportunity and passionate exchanges of knowledge and artistic literature and practices. The memorable and impactful quote that I vividly remember was a share quote during one of our closing rituals:”

“The soul is dyed the color of its thoughts. Think only on those things that are in line with your principles and bear the light of day. The content of your character is your choice. Day by day what you do is who you become. Your integrity is your destiny. It is the light that guides your way” -Heraciltus

Check out Tishawn’s Lesson Plan she created with her partner Cornell Carelock. 

Interested in TATIP? Find out more about our 2017-18 Program!

See more of our 2016-17 Graduates in the 2017 TATIP Anthology!