Art is for Everyone

How art gives a voice to the voiceless. From her ever-changing hairstyles and edgy fashion to her thought-provoking tattoos, Jacqueline Moulton looks the part of an artist. In addition to teaching college art classes, Moulton spends her mornings as the Art Program Director at Aurora Commons. The Commons, a community space at 89th and Aurora Avenue in Seattle, seeks to meet the needs of people in the neighborhood who are unhoused, drug dependent, or involved in street-based sex work. I recently had the chance to interview Jacqueline about her work and was convinced that while people in these demographics...

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