Cynthia Madansky has developed communication strategies,
visual identities and campaigns, created concepts and
designs for print, moving image and web, hired by
institutions, organizations and artists to create engaging
and beautiful work.
Madansky's expertise lies with working with socially engaged
projects, collaborations that range from visual materials
(print, moving image and digital) for cultural institutions
and human rights organizations to individual artists books
and film projects.
Madansky is an award winning filmmaker who has received
numerous grants for her work including the Guggenheim
Fellowship, NYSCA, NYFA, Jerome Foundation and the
Fulbright Foundation. For more information about her films
UNDP, UNIFEM, UN, Women's Refugee Commission, Watchlist on Children and Armed Conflict, Institute for International Education, American Museum of Natural History, Museum of Modern Art, Hague Appeal for Peace, Arab Fund for Art and Culture, Lower Manhattan Cultural Center, Canadian Embassy, Ma'yan, National Foundation for Jewish Culture, Routledge Press, Verso, City of NY, Bronx Health Care Facility, Visual AIDS, Lambda, Fifth Ave Committee, Street Survival Project.
Co-directed with Angelika Brudniak.