Community Activist

Through her art, the public can both develop a greater sensitivity and become aware of the deeper issues surrounding homelessness. 

Women's Shelter

Since 2017 Segre has worked with unhoused women in San Francisco, California. She works to create a safe community space for artistic expression at A Woman's Place Drop-In Shelter in the Mission, culminating in an annual exhibition. Segre is a member of the Tenderloin Mending Society where she mends clothing for the local community both in the Tenderloin National Forest and the Lava Mae Pop-Up Villages in San Francisco.

 
 

The Mending Society

Through her art, the public can both develop a greater sensitivity and become aware of the deeper issues surrounding homelessness.

 

Mask Making

Through her art, the public can both develop a greater sensitivity and become aware of the deeper issues surrounding homelessness.

 
 
 

Lava Mae / CCA

Through her art, the public can both develop a greater sensitivity and become aware of the deeper issues surrounding homelessness.

Community Exhibitions

Through her art, the public can both develop a greater sensitivity and become aware of the deeper issues surrounding homelessness.

Activism

Through her art, the public can both develop a greater sensitivity and become aware of the deeper issues surrounding homelessness.