Faces are more than just the person who wears them. Some symbolize hope and history, others stand for the thousands of unseen forsaken souls living with injustice. In recognizing these individuals, we can take note of, or “recognize” the call for understanding and change.
We cannot look away from these depictions of faces because their power is not confined to the individuals. When we look at others, it is an opportunity to see ourselves. This connection is crucial to human life.
Artist Anne Wickham Smith says, “In these times It’s important…that we accept and appreciate our differences, and stand together."
ELAINE HAWKES speaks on Art and Healing.
Cellist SARAH FREIBERG ELLISON performs
Special presentation by artist JOHN WILLIAMS
LIVE on Ch 96 (Comcast) Ch 30 (Verizon)