Case Study

Portrait Exhibits

A core value of Americans Who Tell the Truth (AWTT) is the revitalization of the democratic impulse that rises from an engaged citizenry and multigenerational civic engagement programs that provoke important conversations in towns, cities, neighborhoods, congregations, schools, and universities all around the country. In these instances, communities usually pair portrait exhibits and public events designed to stimulate an intersectional, cross-sector and interdisciplinary dialogue around citizenship, democracy, education, and activism. This is an example of an event held in Ipswich, MA.

Ipswich, MA Event

The community of Ipswich, Ma created a town-wide event using the Americans Who Tell the Truth (AWTT) portraits to engage the entire community in a discussion of activism, peace, and coming together. The art was used to inspire musical productions, children’s theater, and poetry readings.

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