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Arts at the Intersection
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Uniting art and community to transform conflicts through original theatrical works, collective creativity, and leadership development for underserved populations. 

Arts at the Intersection lends a unique approach to social justice initiatives, using artistic expression to frame social issues, establish common ground and help people discover their personal role in creating justice in the world. We are redefining the role of the arts in manifesting change through four groundbreaking initiatives. More

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Farid speaks with Artistic Director and Choreographer Maryanne Perrone about dance.

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Mon, 24 Nov 2014
blogInspired by TE'A: the Power of Insight Design...

Over the past several months, I have had the great fortune to be in conversation with the TE’A Company, as well as a participant in an intensive Insight Design Lab: observing, learning, giving feedback, and engaging in the creative process in the development of the Company’s current production-in-process, There’s... more...

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Tue, 4 Nov 2014
blogStudio 145 Podcast Series

Studio 145 weekly podcasts feature artist interviews about current affairs through the artistic lens, as host Fariddudin Fred Johnson talks with people who are making art that makes a difference in our world. Meant to start a deeper conversation, Studio 145 stokes creativity in how we think about some of the most pressing issues of our... more...

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Mon, 20 Oct 2014
blogWandering the Artistic Path: Finding Our...

Over the last year, I have written about our latest TE’A project, There’s Something About America (TSAA), and I intend to continue to post these updates on our progress and current thinking. The TSAA Company is now in the process of developing the aesthetic language and artistic mechanisms that will work to transform our... more...

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Mon, 6 Oct 2014
blogUniform Justice

Last Tuesday, I experienced Intersections’ staged reading of Uniform Justice, a play we produced in Memphis, TN after months of conversations between law enforcement personnel and members of a mostly African American community. In Memphis, like in Ferguson, MO, trust in the police force—and policing in general—has... more...