Michelle Jaffé creates sculpture, sound and video installations, immersing people in an experience that transforms their sensory awareness. These participatory encounters create a moment where a synaptic shift in attitude is possible and new neural connections can be made.
Elizabeth McClancy paints the faces of
social crises that are either off the radar
or insufficiently understood. Her art and
its exhibition are strategically designed to promote community-enhancing awareness and attitude change.
Designing a galvanizing exhibition of world-class art to create...
a national moment within which we learn to embrace the presence of people with disabilities.
Mattie Breaux, one of the 9 Look. At. Me. subjects. Photo courtesy of East Carolina University DANCability. 2013.