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NEA Grant on Interactive Visual Art

My collaborators and I have been recently awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for our interactive visual art project aimed at facilitating conversations about structural barriers and societal biases facing women recently released from jail or prison as well as their wisdom and resilience in navigating challenges in returning to society. This project lies at the intersection of technology, art and social justice. I serve as the project director and principal investigator and partner with Sarah Newman at Harvard University and Joey Orr at the Spencer Museum of Art, as well as students at University of Kansas. Read more about the project from KU Today and NEA grant announcement.


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