Telling Voices | Kerry Kincy is a Teaching Artist collaborating with private, state and non profit organizations throughout CT
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Kerry Kincy is a Teaching Artist collaborating with private, state and non profit organizations throughout CT, teaching her residency, Telling Voices, to children and adults in underserved and often invisible populations in the community, schools and in residential treatment facilities.

Kerry provides opportunities for participants to explore, discover and create active learning experiences through creative expression. Kerry is a core faculty member with the Shared Abilities Dance Ensemble, where dancers with and without physical disabilities work in partnership to create performances.
Her work with the Judy Dworkin Performance Project, Inc., Moving Matters! afforded her the opportunity to teach in Dreamings, What I Want to Say, and What I Want to Tell You, the Mom’s and Kid’s Project, at York Women’s Prison that focused on issues pertaining to the women behind the razor wire. She performed in the professional version of Dreamings that was presented to the public at the Charter Oak Cultural Center.
Kerry graduated from Trinity College 2009, with a self-designed degree in Learning, Movement, and Social Development. She continued to build her craft studying Expressive and Creative Art Therapies at Salve Regina, The New School and Movement Therapy at Antioch University. She completed her Masters (2016) in Community Psychology at the University of New Haven.

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The goals are to enrich participant’s range of artistic expression, their creative voice, and self-confidence.

We all actively participate and contribute to the whole whether we are, in the moment strong or fragile.

We explore creative expression as a powerful tool to discover something wonderful from one’s mind, body, imagination, feelings and spirit.

Together, we arrive at a new understanding of our place in the community and the greater world with a sense of joy and self-awareness.

Together, we gain new insights and evolve the way we think about ourselves and others.

Ultimately having and giving voice to your own story.

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