Director, Where Are All the Black People At
A thought leader and a positive force for inclusive creative placemaking, LaSalle has been inspiring generations of young people through art and activism. He launched the project Where Are All the Black People At in an effort to draw awareness around the lack of representation of Black visual artists within the art world. LaSalle is known for his ability to engage youth through teaching and collaboration which is a special gift to his community. In addition to his activist work, LaSalle is an internationally celebrated photographer who travels frequently to engage new audiences. He sits on the board of directors for the Rose Art Museum in Waltham and serves as vice chair of Watertown’s Public Arts & Culture Committee.