Arts Integration Studio is committed to creating and producing public art, curricula, and creative teaching tools in multiple art forms and modalities on themes of social, educational, environmental, and cultural relevance.


Truth Tellers Theater Ensemble

This Fall, AIS, in partnership with the Treehouse Foundation, is launching Truth Tellers Theater Ensemble, theater training for youth, ages 12-19, who have experienced foster care.

Through collaborative theater-making and performances, youth share their stories and lived experiences to dispel myths about foster care and adoption, raise awareness, and help create positive change in the child welfare system.


Longmeadow Climate Change Perspectives: From Despair to Action,
A Digital Storytelling Initiative

On June 9th, Arts Integration Studio, in partnership with the town of Longmeadow, hosted Climate Change Perspectives: From Despair to Action, the culminating event in our nine month Longmeadow digital storytelling project.

We premiered our new documentary film of the same name, presented an exhibit of intergenerational community stories, and facilitated community conversations aimed at addressing community climate change solutions. The event drew over 60 attendees and speakers including Massachusetts Undersecretary of Decarbonization and Resilience Katherine Antos, Senator Jacob Oliveira, Representative Brian Ashe and officials from the town of Longmeadow.

Climate Change Perspectives is a community wide initiative developed by AIS and Corrin Meise-Munns, Longmeadow’s Assistant Town Manager, as part of the public engagement portion of the town of Longmeadow’s Long Range Plan update, funded by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Action Grant program.

Our creative partners for this project include:

Janine Fondon
Assistant Professor
Chair of Undergraduate Communications & Digital Media Arts at Bay Path University

Rob Deza
Photographer & Filmmaker at Deza Studios

To view our full gallery of event photos, please CLICK HERE!


Priscilla collaborated with Focus Springfield Community Action Television and several artists from Enchanted Circle Theater to direct and produce Open Mind Storytime (2020 – 2021).

Priscilla, Steve and Rachel Kuhn collaborated on many site-based, history plays, produced by Enchanted Circle Theater, for educational and cultural tourism sites, including:

Women on the Move: Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Seneca Falls Convention commissioned by Bay Path University (2017)

A Fiery and Still Voice: William Cullen Bryant at Home, commissioned by the Trustees of the Reservation (2015)

Inherent Dignity: Women Change Makers in the Progressive Era, commissioned by Wistariahurst Museum (2014)

Sojourner’s Truth: “I will shake every place I go to”, commissioned by the Sojourner Truth Memorial Statue Committee (2012)

Leah Enters Late: A New Chapter in the History of Yiddish, commissioned by the National Yiddish Book Center (2010)

The Skinner Servants’ Tour: A Living History of Wistariahurst, commissioned by Wistariahurst Museum.(2005)

Between the Canals: The Evolution of a Mill Town, commissioned by Open Square LLC, and winner of the Merit Aid Award from the Massachusetts Cultural Council (2001).

Priscilla collaborated with WGBY, Public Television in Springfield (now NEPM) and Wistariahurst Museum to co-write and produce Creating Holyoke: Voices of a Community (2009).

A Fiery & Still Voice

Sojourner’s Truth

Between the Canals