May 3 – May 31, 2018
Ikouii presents, TALK TO ME: A series by disability-identified artists in various mediums and stages in their career that seek to discover and expand new understandings of communication and affirm how individuals may thrive when provided the necessary resources and accommodations to communicate effectively.
Participating Artists: Alan Hopwood ( Leicestershire, England ), Alaina Williams (Atlanta, GA), Elizabeth Mayton (Atlanta, GA), Aleatha Lindsay (Peachtree Corners, GA), Angelo Butler-Ricks (Atlanta, GA), Nupur Sachdeva (Mumbai, India / Atlanta, GA)

Special Thanks to the Auditory-Verbal Center Inc.

TALK TO ME is a month-long art exhibition that raises awareness of the importance of effective communication, as a human right, accessible and achievable for all in recognition of Better Speech & Hearing Month – in collaboration with the Auditory-Verbal Center, Inc.
A portion of proceeds will go to:
Ikouii – A disability-led organization committed to providing opportunities and support for artists with disabilities as well as transforming cultural institutions into and engaging and meaningful space for all visitors.
Auditory-Verbal Center, Inc. – A premier provider of comprehensive Auditory-Verbal and Audiological Services to infants, children, adults, and their families. Through the auditory verbal approach, we teach children with mild hearing loss to profound deafness to listen and speak.