For nearly twenty years, the National Coalition Against Censorship’s Arts Advocacy Project has provided targeted assistance to artists and arts presenters facing censorship pressure. Through advocacy and education efforts it promotes public access to artists’ work and supports their ability to freely express views that might be unpopular or controversial. It works with institutions of every size, as well as with individual curators and administrators who are facing pressure to remove artwork or to preemptively cancel events that might cause controversy.
“I take my camera everywhere. Having a few rolls of film to develop gives me a good reason to get up in the morning.”