FSU Art Professor Holly Hanessian and artist Michael Austin Diaz will have their project New Histories: The Gadsden Farm Project featured in a new exhibition. The project demonstrates the combined power of community and contemporary practice. The installation will feature interviews and photographs of the farmers along with a table with commemorative plates made by Hanessian to be gifted to the Quincy farmers. The exhibition this project will be featured in is entitled Food Justice: Growing a Healthier Community through Art and it will critically explore complex human issues that can shape and influence positive change in food security. Because of the visionary, poetic, and transformative potential of art, you will see, feel, and understand the issues of food insecurity in new and meaningful ways and be moved to become part of the solution. Contemporary Craft has organized this as a six-month exhibition that will then travel to other museums and art centers across the country beginning here in Pittsburgh in September 2021 that will extend to October 2023. Visit Contemporary Craft to learn more.