Indy Loves You is an effort by Dante and I to be in dialogue with the city we love so much. We will be revisiting locations that have been meaningful to us and exploring sites where we haven’t spent nearly enough time. We will be asking questions, of ourselves and the people around us, to […]
Knit and Purl, a 75-foot long sculpture aloft in the Indianapolis Artsgarden, is an aesthetic meditation on the life and beauty of human hands shaped by an older technology – knitting. Theater of Inclusion (TOI), the collaboration between artists Dante Ventresca and Rebecca Hutton, conceived of Knit and Purl, as a simple, large scale, post-it […]
Dante and I are honored to be creating an interactive installation titled One and All at the Indianapolis Museum of Art for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on January 20, 2014. Our community is shaped by what each of us contributes, receives, and experiences. Each piece, no matter how small, matters. One and All invites […]
Big Idea: “The Invisible Learning Environment” When we discuss learning environments we often talk about the design of physical space: where to put the walls, how to organize the chairs, how to create common spaces. But what about the relationships that take place within those walls? Can we be as intentional about how we treat […]
The Photographing Eastside Transformation and Legacy (PETAL) Project is a Theater of Inclusion program commissioned by the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee.