Bio & Exhibitions

Laura Di Piazza (Brooklyn, 1972; of Eritrean and Italian descent) holds a MFA degree in Interdisciplinary Arts with a focus on racial and social justice from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. Laura teaches calligraphy workshops at Dartmouth College (NH) and Society of Scribes (NYC).

Laura’s primary practice is creating conceptual and abstract art, with a focus on social justice issues. She has exhibited work in the USA, Canada and Europe. She resides in Harlem, NYC and Hanover, New Hampshire.

laura (at) lauradipiazza (dot) com



2019 Redlining Our Souls, Norwich Public Library, Norwich, Vermont

2018 Vox Somnium, Northern Stage, White River Junction, Vermont


2022 Vision and Visibility, 3S Artspace, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

2021 Juneteenth: A Celebration of Black art, identity, and freedom, We Roam Freely, Brooklyn, New York

2021 Juneteenth Celebration, AVA Gallery & Art Center, Lebanon, New Hampshire

2021 Black Girls Who Paint & We Roam Freely virtual artist showcase

2015 Upper Valley Zen Center, White River Junction, VT

2014 Trans Art Matters, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

2014 Telephone, S.P.A.C.E. Gallery, Burlington, VT

2013 Rucksack, Burlington College Gallery, Burlington, VT

2013 Ouate the Tape, Rats 9 Gallery, Montréal, Québec, Canada

2013 Reduce, Reuse and Amuse, Upper Valley Coop, White River Junction, VT

2013 Real It Up, Tapir Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2013 The Birds and The Bees Unabridged, New York, NY

2013 Colligere, Tapir Gallery, Berlin, Germany