THE MAKING OF AN ACCIDENTAL ADVOCATE
A work-in-progress. Read the introduction to Theresa’s new book here . Want to get excerpts from the book in your inbox? Join the email list. To book Theresa as a speaker, or inquire about the book, contact email@example.com
Theresa BrownGold, the artist behind Art As Social Inquiry, has painted almost 200 portraits. Her work has been written about in many publications, featured on ZDF German television, WHYY public television and other outlets. She have given many talks about Art As Social Inquiry at churches, senior centers, college classrooms, and other venues. Theresa received the 2011 PA Health Access Network Georgeanne Koehler Activist of the Year Award for her painting series Healthcare in the United States. Theresa is the recipient of a 2013 Leeway Foundation Art and Change grant. To schedule a talk at your venue, please contact Theresa at firstname.lastname@example.org. Want to know where the project has been? Check out press and recent news
Theresa takes ASI’s portrait series about healthcare on the road…
Bits of performance art, conversation and information, this talk is the story of a former business owner who reignited a love affair with art, and ended up the accidental advocate for access to healthcare. Information about booking this talk for your group is HERE.
“Such an inspiration. I was in this class today. Thanks for coming!” Bonnie S. student, Rutgers School of Social Work
“You come well endorsed!” Cheryl O.A., Buxmont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship