with the works of others, commemorate the lives lost, document the many stories, and express the emotions that still reverberate in people who lost spouses, children, family members, and friends on that day.
Brudnicki and many her students created numerous pieces of art to the collection; Coburn’s pen and ink drawings document recovery efforts, survivors and first responders; Carley’s photography collection includes flying flags and flags that people painted on barns, cars, buildings, and many others surfaces across the U.S.; while Ellspermann’s envelope mail art elicited responses from children and adults from many parts of the world.
VOICES Center for Resilience was founded by New Canaan’s Mary Fetchet, who lost her 24-year-old son, Brad, in the attack on the World Trade Center. VOICES provides long-term mental health support and numerous programs to help people who were impacted by 9/11.
Source: Noble House Media