Gregory Jundanian is an artist focusing on identity and community. His current project, In Their Footsteps...an Identity Fractured by Genocide, focuses on how genocide has shaped the identity of Armenians today. Other work focuses on the spoken word community of Boston and on male identity as seen through the prism of a barbershop. Jundanian was a 2017 and 2020 Critical Mass Top 200 finalist with the Spoken Word and In Their Footsteps projects . He is also working in two ideas in landscape called Trees I Have Known and When the Moon Hits Your Eye. He recently entered the MFA program at the University of Hartford.