Letícia Ferreira

Designer, scholar, artist


Letícia is a designer of interactive and participatory experiences with a creative PhD in Arts and Technology.

In her more than 5 years of experience of collaborative creative and design practices, Letícia has used a large variety of media and technologies in different types of public spaces such as museums, galleries, streets, and schools. Letícia designs experiences about a variety of themes; often about memory and social justice issues. Her work has been shown in New York, Texas, Connecticut, Spain, and Denmark.

In her transdisciplinary doctoral research, Letícia combined creative practice, design research and field research to create an innovative framework to analyze interactive and participatory experiences in public settings (museums, theme parks, and streets). Through this work, she generated original insights for a more intentional and meaningful design practice.

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2018 – 2019 – Executive Producer of The University of Texas at Dallas HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, USA.

2016 – 2017 – Executive Producer of The University of Texas at Dallas HIV/AIDS Awareness Week, USA.

2015 Executive Producer of Dawn of Summer, 24h art festival at The New School, NY, USA.

2011 Co-founder and co-executive producer of Cultura no Bairro, volunteer year-long musical art project with preschool Estrela da Manhã, São Carlos, Brazil.

2009 – 2011 – Freelancer event producer and fundraiser for independent short feature films, São Carlos, Brazil.


One Breath Poem: A Telematic Revolution by xtine burrough, Sabrina Starnaman, Letícia Ferreira, Fiona Haborak, and Cynthia O’Neill for LabSynthE.In Art as Social Practice: Technologies for Change, edited by xtine burrough and Judy Walgren, Routledge, 2022.

Contested Spaces: How We Made an Audio Quilt of One Thousand Names by xtine burrough and Letícia Ferreira. Trace Journal Issue 3: How We Make, September 2019.

The Radium Girls: A Radically Advancing Tour of Exit Signs by xtine burrough and Letícia Ferreira. Proceedings of xCoAx 2018.

Streams from the Past by Murilo de Paiva Homsi and Letícia Ferreira. Proceedings of xCoAx 2018


Spring 2023 – Digital Art and Design Foundations – Adobe Suite skills and Design fundamentals
Transnational Cinema – diverse themes and movies from all over the world.

Fall 2019 – Fall 2020 Writing for ATEC – Multiple genres of writing for students in arts and technology.

Fall 2017 – Spring 2019 Introduction to Technoculture – creative practice and theory about the multiple connections between culture and technology.