Kerry Kincy, Telling Voices
About Kerry Kincy, Telling Voices
Kerry Kincy is an artist with a strong commitment to bringing expressive arts into all spaces and all communities, particularly in underserved and invisible populations not traditionally served by arts organizations. Kerry is a core faculty member with New Haven Ballet where she leads the Shared Abilities Program where dancers both with and without physical disabilities work in partnership to create performances. She provides the vocabulary and the tools to utilize the transformative power of art to both typical and differently-abled communities in schools, colleges, Alzheimer's residential programs, hospitals, correctional facilities, and with veterans with PTSD.. --------- Kerry is the Director of Free Center Middletown and cultivates free programming so all ages, races, ethnicities, and backgrounds can move together as a means to strengthen social and cognitive abilities and to grow awareness of the mind/body connection as a path to healing. --------- She holds a masterâ€™s degree in Community Psychology and is an Expressive Arts Consultant to organizations and institutions, collecting data to understand the efficacy of their programming. Kerry consults with organizations on accessibility best practices. --------- In 2021, Kerry received the honor of being names a Connecticut Arts Hero by the Connecticut Office of the Arts and was chosen as a Community Fellow in the Wesleyan University Embodying Anti-Racism initiative.