New York Times Covers Reckoning With Torture Project
With our nose to the grindstone since the open of 2012, MESH has been focused on everything from Global Studio in India to the local DigiSo Project. Yesterday, after over six months collaborating with change-makers at the national chapter of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), the PEN American Center, and film-makers Doug Liman and Avram Ludwig, we finally launched the Reckoning With Torture Film Project. We’re so excited the New York Times has already covered the project in this article, pre-release, and can’t wait for user submitted content to become part of the Liman’s documentary through the site we built.
We take design research v seriously. Just a casual Friday night with MESH x THEATERWORKS collaboration, doing discovery “field research” at their gorgeous constellations production. They hired us to design a website but we’re thinking we may have a chance on stage with our girlbandlook? 🤞🤞🤞😬😬🤗 (j.k) #theaterworkshartford #constellations #designresearch #contemporaryrealism #weekendwarriors (thanks for bringing us in @livingenough 🖤)
Published on Feb 18, 2018
We’re completely inspired by @theaterworksct—a beautiful building, a gallery space that doubles as a box office, and an amazing circular stage in the basement has us all 😍😍😍😍 we didn’t want to leave and we’re ready to come back! #theater #connecticut #hartford
Published on Feb 17, 2018
Megans reuniting with all these genius Creative Community Fellows from around the country at the Creative Community Summit this week in Bainbridge Island, Washington to brainstorm how we can all build more creative, equitable, resilient futures for all the different corners of our country . Thanks #NationalArtsStrategies for such an amazing opportunity to meet so many inspiring humans. Stay tuned 〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️ #ccf #creativecommunities (📷 by @dessalohrey )
Published on Feb 08, 2018
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