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Art exhibit highlights work from participants at Hinds Feet Farm

Dec. 15. An exhibit in the Cain Center for the Arts gallery highlights and celebrates the original art of participants in programming at Hinds Feet Farm, a nonprofit that works to maximize the potential of persons living with brain injury.

It’s called “Justifying our Lens” and it runs through Jan. 5 in the gallery on the main floor.

Through a series of workshops with Cain Center for the Arts and Davidson College, participants from Hinds Feet Farm created original pieces of art that offer a response to the prompt: “This is what I love…and this is how I see it.”

Hinds’ Feet Farm’s day and residential programs are a paradigm shift from the traditional medical treatment model for people living with brain injury to a model that embraces a holistic health and wellness approach, empowering members toward occupation and meaning in life post-injury. Created by, and for persons living with brain injury.