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Published on Jun 25, 2014
The Research and Development: Concerning Belonging exhibition focuses on a series of workshops held in collaboration with Broward Partnership for the Homeless. The workshops are led by South Florida artists Natasha Lopez De Victoria, Agustina Woodgate and Antonia Wright at the Central Homeless Assistance Center, a shelter in Fort Lauderdale. The artists guide shelter residents through different art-making workshops, including sound art, sculpture and digital media, and gives the residents a direct link to new methods of perception. Broward Partnership for the Homeless operates a 200-bed shelter (140 beds are reserved for families), that provides food and laundry services, medical services, life skills classes, and job skills classes.
This short film introduces the artists, the goals of the project and the workshops.