a creative exchange & civic engagement with US & Belgium Deaf youth

Credits

Credits

This project is made possible by a grant from the Connecting Communities Heritage program run by World Learning, through the U.S. Department of State. We also wish to thank the generous support of Gallaudet University and BOZAR for providing additional resources that made this whole program possible!

  • Gallaudet University Principal Investigator (Project Co-Lead): Melissa Malzkuhn, MFA
  • BOZAR Principal Investigator (Project Co-Lead): Raphael Miles
  • Gallaudet University Project Co-Lead: Lauren Benedict
  • BOZAR Project Co-Lead: Melat Niguisse
  • Artist: Daniel Katz-Hernandez
  • Cinematography & Creative Consultant: Jorn Rijckaert 
  • American participants:
    • Malik Amann
    • JamiLee Hoglind
    • Joseph Antonio
    • Monique Johnson
    • Olutomisin Lisoyi
    • Leandre (Niko) Lutes-Stein
  • Belgian participants: 
    • Alice Liedensdorf
    • Salaween
    • Seda Guda
    • Lennert de Crom
    • Bram
  • Much appreciation to our guest creatives and workshop presenters: Bernard le Maire, Christine Sun Kim, Benjamin Bahan, Mark Ramirez, Octavian Robinson, Tabitha Jacques, and Daniel Katz-Hernandez
  • Special thanks to: Julian Kirkland, Loriel Dutton, Veronica Lee, Gallaudet University Office of Sponsored Programs, Dr. Carol Erting, Provost, Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto and Dr. Thomas Allen
  • With appreciation to our partners at World Learning: Deanna Wertheimer, Nicolette Regis, and Sean Mooney