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Portraits of people who are or were homeless in Forsyth County, North Carolina.
A Dozen Dresses: The ReCollection
A Dozen Dresses is a multimedia work by Diana Greene about clothes as a vehicle for remembering. Part memoir, part dream, it traverses the reverberating line where past and present meet. Her collected dresses, from the ridiculous to the ravishing, inspire each story. She's performed the piece at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, the Norvell Theatre, and for her friends.
Finding Home: Portraits of Courage
The creative collaboration between Prodigals Community and Diana Greene began when Prodigals' Chaplain, Chip Bristol, and Greene looked for ways to connect creativity to recovery. The two soon talked about working on a way to tell the story of addiction and recovery through stories and photographs. The conversations were as profound as they were tragic, beautiful as they were ugly, magnificent as they were messy. Their words, like their faces, reveal a life-long search for something more. One day at a time, step-by-step, they began a journey in a new direction.