Hatuey Ramos-Fermín is an artist, educator, and curator based in The Bronx. He is the co-founder of meta local collaborative, a Bronx-based artist collective, and Boogie Down Rides, a bicycling and art project celebrating cycling in the Bronx. He has organized projects and made presentations at a security guard training school (in tribute to Fashion Moda), community centers, churches, restaurants, laundromats, as well as galleries and museums. He has mentored young adults at the Bronx Museum of the Arts and Center for Urban Pedagogy among other organizations. Ramos-Fermín has also participated in the Elizabeth Foundation for the Art’s Shift Residency, and Laundromat Project’s Create Change Public Artist Residency. He received his BA from the University of Puerto Rico and his MFA from St. Joost Art and Design Academy. urrently, Ramos-Fermín is the curator of education at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.