The exhibit features 15 large-sized panels depicting the dignity, dreams and artistic life of teen dancers from Atlanta-based Moving in the Spirit. Now celebrating its 25th year of service, Moving in the Spirit educates, inspires and unites young people ages 3-18 through the art of dance, helping them become compassionate leaders. The exhibit will be displayed in the airport’s Atrium Gallery, located in the heart of the airport’s main terminal, through Sept. 28.
“For me, Moving in the Spirit epitomizes the connection between the arts and the greater good,” said. Scott. “I have photographed their dance performances for over 10 years, but my artistry is most alive when I create photographs that tell the ‘real’ story behind the dancers, how they use art to overcome tremendous obstacles and go on to succeed in their own lives, becoming mentors for those that follow.”
For more about the organization, visit www.movinginthespirit.org.