The exhibit Portraits of People on the Move will accompany the performance of Supper, People on the Move at four different locations this fall.
- The Dance Complex, Boston, September 28 – 30
- EDANCO International Festival of Contemporary Dance, Palacio do Bellas Artes, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, October 3 – 6
- The Ferst Center for the Arts, Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, November 3 – 7
- Sandy Springs Museum, Sandy Springs, Maryland, presented by Raices Culturales Latinoamericanas, November 15-18
Portraits of People on the Move tells the stories of (mostly) Philadelphia-area immigrants from all over the world, through their own words, on the Supperdance.com blog, large wall panels, and portfolio books. It was first shown as an exhibition in 2015, at the Gray Area of Crane Arts in Philadelphia. The exhibition was created as a companion work to Supper, People on the Move by Cardell Dance Theater, a dance inspired by themes of migration. Unless noted, all interviews were done by Jennifer Baker.