July 1st – 22nd, 2017 Reception: July 22nd, 6:00 – 9:00 PM Recognizing the gender discrepancy of vulnerability, Taylor Yocom sheds light on how the materials we surround ourselves with speak to power dynamics. Though portraits of female-identified people on college campuses and community centers around the country holding what they use to protect themselves from sexual assault,...
Feed Arts & Cultural Center, a nonprofit organization, provides an environment for visual and performing artists of all levels and ages to pursue their work and to broaden their knowledge of the role of art in contemporary society. The mission of Feed is to encourage and nurture emerging and established artists and to increase the appreciation and understanding of the arts within the Kankakeeland communities through classes, performances, outreach, exhibitions, lectures, and other cultural events. It is our ultimate hope that Feed can provide a space where people from various backgrounds and worldviews can come together to find common ground and a vision of friendship, solidarity, and empowerment in the community.