Tag Archives: Storytelling

Where Imagination and Reality Collide: How Collaboration Led to “You’re U.S.” Exhibit

Posted on by By Alexei Wajchman

It was in 2009 that I first heard of Emile’s scheme: five years of bicycling through 50 states, trading portraits for bed, board, and the stories of random Americans along the way. He would rely on the kindness and curiosity … Continue reading

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Behind the Exhibit: ‘You’re U.S.’ an Intimate and Adventurous Project On View at The Center for Contemporary Art

Posted on by Elie Porter Trubert, Executive Director of The Center for Contemporary Art

A new multimedia exhibit at the The Center for Contemporary Art featuring 30 American profiles of subjects from 10 states is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. Elie Porter Trubert In addition to the portraits by artist Emile Klein, the “You’re … Continue reading

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Tell Me A Story

Posted on by Ennis Carter, Social Impact Studios

Last Friday, I had the honor of escorting my 9-year-old daughter and 75 of her closest 3rd-grade peers on a field trip in historic Philadelphia. It was a beautiful day, so I was looking forward to the adventure. But, to … Continue reading

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