Ari Evergreen (née Moore) is an anti-capitalist intersectional ecofeminist who works to get radical messages out to mainstream audiences. His education includes a B.A. in anthropology from Cornell University (2002), a web design internship with Cornell Web Production Group, and training in technology, psychology, writing, theatre, art, and communications.
His professional experience includes Mac repair triage and marketing and graphic design work for Chelsea Mac shop Tekserve, office management and sales for No Props (creators of Bush Cards), and communications and design work for freeDimensional, a non-profit that supports censored cultural workers. He began offering freelance graphic design work formally in 2005 and co-founded Shirari Industries with his partner Shira in 2007.
Ari has volunteered for Shaleshock, Share Tompkins (organizer, 2009-2011), Ithaca Freeskool (organizer, 2009-2011), Socialist Party USA (graphic design, 2007-2009) Elevate Difference (reviewer, 2007-2009), the Indypendent (illustrator, 2007-2008), and the Socialist Party NYC Local (secretary, 2007). He showed work in Bushwick Open Studios 2007 and 2008 and at Ithaca Underground Art Show 2009, and his art has been published in Our Hen House, Socialist Women and The Socialist, the Action for Animals newsletter. His art also appears in New Internationalist Day Planner 2011, Vegan for Her: The Women’s Guide to Being Healthy and Fit on a Plant-Based Diet by Virginia Messina, MPH, RD, and Fair Trade from the Ground Up: New Markets for Social Justice by April Linton.