Born in Siberia, Russia and raised in Israel, Ruslana Lichtzier is a curator, writer, and educator. Her background as a migrant propels cultural productions that aim to nest radical imagination of difference and change. Recent productions include the group exhibition “The Dangerous Professors,” Flatland, Houston, TX, and the research project in form of a group exhibition “Terrorists in The Library,” Harold Washington College, Chicago, IL. She was the initiator and co-director of Triumph School Manual Project, in Triumph, Illinois, and of the project space Triumph, Chicago. Currently, she is the Director of Jewish Artist Fellowship, at Spertus, Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership. Lichtzier wrote for numerous art catalogs and exhibitions, and she is a contributor writer for The Seen Magazine (EXPO Chicago). She teaches at the School of The Art Institute of Chicago and with CAPE, Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education.