Susan DiPronio is a visual, performance, and literary artist that uses her work to address issues facing women in the world today. Susan founded Pink Hanger Presents in ____ and has shown works in Philadelphia, New York City, Washington D.C., and Deleware.
Susan has a broad artistic practice that has included poetry, essay writing, directing short films, writing plays, photography, creating fiction, and conducting writing/art workshops for the underserved. She offers the workshops for free in an effort to create community among the participants and to help others write and share their personal stories in order to foster healing. A survivor of trauma, cancer, homelessness, and homophobia, Susan hopes to create safe spaces where a group of people can form a connection, challenge expectations, and support each other.
She is currently living and working in Philadelphia, PA.