Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, GA
February 2 to April 5, 2017
Inspired by the current political climate and the ability of women, particularly women of color, to inspire positive social change, this timely exhibit depicts the responsibilities of Civil Rights leaders, 1963 – 1975. Despite the odds, personal sacrifices, and potential danger for many African Americans, outstanding accomplishments were achieved by these leaders in the areas of the arts, education, media, health, self-help economics, politics, law, community organization, and student activism.
We are an experimental curatorial agency that produces circumstances to encourage risk-taking and immersive practice. Our goal is to use artistic disruptions to challenge the status quo and inspire critical thinking. We mediate a nationwide network of like-minded artists, builders, designers, and developers to produce unique projects that engage a broad public.