Sasha Kranson-Forrest

Sasha Kranson-Forrest Headshot

Sasha Kranson-Forrest is a senior at Pittsburgh CAPA. She serves on the Youth Arts Council at the Andy Warhol Museum, teaches religious school at Congregation Dor Hadash, and was a Diller Teen Fellow. Sasha's artwork was displayed at the Wick Monet Gallery and the Mattress Factory Museum and has earned prizes through the Scholastic Art Awards, the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild Invitational, the Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations, and the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh. She is also a co-creator of Concerning Climate, a climate justice podcast. In her free time, Sasha enjoys musical theatre, playing the ukulele, and drinking bubble tea. 

Blog Posts

Collage of pro-choice poster on green background

Diana Mara Henry's Photography and Progressive Activism

Sasha Kranson-Forrest

Through the pictures I took of the protest, I used photography as a way to exhibit women’s rights issues, just like Diana Mara Henry and many other activists did.

Collage of Sasha Kranson-Forrest reading from the Torah at her Bat Mitzvah

The Family Yad

Sasha Kranson-Forrest

When my bubbe gave me this yad, I felt like I finally didn’t have to hide some parts about my Jewish identity.

Topics: Family, Ritual


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