Arielle Gray is a Boston based writer and multi-media artist. She is the current Arts Engagement Producer for The ARTery, WBUR's Arts and Culture team. Her freelance writing has appeared in VICE, Bustle, Huffington Post, Afropunk and The Black Youth Project.
Most of her work focuses on the intersection of being queer and Afro-Caribbean, while living with a mental illness. Her forthcoming exhibit "Dreams and Tings" with VSA Massachusetts explores these intersections in nuanced depth.
She is the co-founder of the literary organization, PRINT AINT DEAD and is on the board of What's On Your Mind Inc., a mental health organization centering the experiences of POC.
She is currently writing her first novel, "It All Falls Down."