The Re•Vision Centre for Art and Social Justice is an arts methodology research hub at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada that investigates the power of the arts, and especially story, to open up conversations about systemic (rather than individualized) injustices in health care, education, and the arts sectors. Their driving purpose is to support and equip academics, artists, activists and storytellers from justice-seeking communities seeking to shift misrepresentations with cutting edge technological tools and methodologies. Re•Vision brings a decolonial frame to the work they do, decolonizing disability and difference through art-making.
In the same way that Creative Connector collaborates with artists and community organizations across Canada, the Re•Vision team collaborates with organizations, community groups, educators, and researchers, and bring to this work their collective experience in making and mobilizing art to build community.
Image Description: A logo for Bodies in Translation: Activist Art, Technology, and Access to Life and Re•Vision. Bodies in Translation appears in large black text. To the left, the Bodies in Translation logo, which has overlapping circles in blue, green, red, and yellow. The logo of Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice features hand-drawn lettering reading “reflect,” “revolt,” “reveal,” “reclaim,” and “remake,” the words connected to each other and the Centre name with curving, hand-drawn lines.