A Fierce Kind of Love, a project of Visionary Voices
Institute on Disabilities at Temple University
 

Here.
Stories from
Selinsgrove Center and KenCrest Services.



City Hall, Philadelphia
March - April 2016

Here.
is a photo and audio exhibit that highlights the humanity and complexity of people with intellectual disabilities who are living and working in segregated settings. The people represented in this exhibit are often seen for their difference, if at all. Through image and interview, Here. invites you to look and listen differently. Here. is a representation of the beauty in struggle, in loss and longing, in love and the small pleasures that animate life. Here. finds beauty in the dignity of work, in giving and receiving support, and in the simple act of being.

Exhibit is open to the public.

Photographs by JJ Tiziou
Curated by Nicki Pombier Berger and Lisa Sonneborn
Produced by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University

Here. Stories from Selinsgrove Center and KenCrest Services is part of a yearlong arts and civic engagement project called A Fierce Kind of Love. Major support for A Fierce Kind of Love has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.


Exhibit

Interviews

Behind the Scenes




LOGO: The PEW Center for Arts & Heritage logo


A Fierce Kind of Love has been supported
by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.


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