Sunday, March 13, 2011

Inside Out: A Global Art Project

This is something worth talking about. It's something we should kick start in D.C. and in cities all across the world. It's Inside Out: A Global Art Project, a call-to-action created by TED prize-winning artist JR.

I'll spare you my description and adoration by simply recommending that you read this GOOD article about the project and watch the video below. Together, they capture the project's purpose far more eloquently than I can.

Images (top to bottom): Kenya - JR covered 2,000 square meters and several trains with the residents' faces in Africa's Largest Slum / Cambodia - "28 Millimeter: Women" JR's project portraying the unseen and unempowered women of the world / London / TED Prize Winner JR & INSIDE OUT from TED Prize on Vimeo.

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