EVANSTON, OH (FOX19) - Photographs of those who live, work and play in the neighborhood of Evanston will be on public display starting this Saturday, October 22 at the Evanston Recreation Center, on the campus of Xavier University campus and at selected sites throughout Evanston. Part of the global Inside Out Project, this local effort was introduced by the Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) into communities across Greater Cincinnati. An Evanston-based group was organized, comprised of the Flavor of Art Studios, Xavier University’s Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning, and the artist collective, Satellite Projects.
The global Inside Out Project was created by French street artist JR who won the 2011 TED Prize that grants a wish to change the world. His wish was to create a movement in which people stand up for what they care about by contributing to a large-scale, participatory art project.