Contiguous, a community portrait project designed to bring a diverse group of people to discover their commonalities, were done from continuous line drawings where each portrait could be connected by one continuous line. The idea was to create an opportunity for everyone to have a conversation with someone who did not look like them, speak like them, believe like them, was older or younger than them, in a different socio-economic class than them, or did not worship like them, in a safe and supportive space. There have been over 200 portraits done to date.
The Glass Ceiling
Center for Community Engagement, which is the current location of the "York's Black History" project. Community lectures and discussion sessions coming soon