State Property (2017)
While It is not easy to place a quantitative value on qualitative work, the the best way for us to measure the impact that we have is to explore the increased levels public interest and engagement our work has received. Since our first exhibition in December 2014, we have been asked to bring our events to several universities including, St. Francis College, Vassar College, the Hunter College East Harlem Gallery, and Columbia University. We have been asked to speak on several justice-related symposiums, one being the Public Art and Prison Reform panel at Eastern State Penitentiary Memorial Site. Founder, Isaac Scott was selected by the Open Engagement organizers to conduct a workshop at the 2017 “Justice” themed conference about the arts as a tool to change the narrative. Over the years we have developed a listserv of over 1,000 people, 400+ facebook follower, 200+ twitter followers, 900+ instagram followers, and our event recap videos have reached over 10,000 people.