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Are you on a journey of personal growth? Are you passionate about social transformation? Change can be both challenging and liberating. This tension can be hard to put into words. Through play and exploration with collage materials and mixed media, participants will use images, shapes, words, and symbols to reflect and express personal and universal experiences of growth, struggle, and liberation.
Julia Katz Terry is a visual artist, cultural organizer, and arts educator. She lives in West Philadelphia and is Associate Executive Director of Philadelphia-based community arts education non-profit, ArtWell. Julia holds a B.A. from Hampshire College in Studio Art and Youth Development, and completed her M.A.T. in Art Education at Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Art. She is a recipient of a Leeway Art and Change Grant and has exhibited her work in group and solo shows. Her art can also be found on the cover of Re-Writing the Return to Africa by Anne Francios, and in Affirming Diversity: The Sociopolitcal Context of Multicultural Education by Sonia Nieto and Patty Bode.