Trisha has participated in various projects from being a research assistant for Student Health Empowerment programs in designing and co-developing an after-school program that combines arts and technology while researching academic buoyancy. Also, as a practicing artist, she designs and creates interactive artwork that uses technological formats to discuss formats such as mental health and African diasporic healing to preferences in line arrangement through interaction. Below are featured projects Trisha has done.
Trisha designed and co-developed the Creative Technology After-School curriculum covering simple circuits, animation, 3D modeling/printing, coding/computational thinking, and 2D design for laser cutting.
STEAM based Club >
Trisha designed and created an interactive mirror based on research on mental health stigmas and coping mechanisms in the black community, paired with the concept of Seasonal Affective Disorder lamps.
Interactive Artwork >
Trisha used her fellowship with the After School Program to conduct research on resilience building in an after-school program combining Art and Technology for her EdM thesis.
Research with After School Program >