Main Content

June 01, 2015

Redefining Possible: a portrait series

Watch the video

Craig Hospital and Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Barry Gutierrez created the Redefining Possible portrait series to showcase the power of the human spirit.

The Redefining Possible portrait series is an online and in-person photography exhibition that examines the lives of people who are reshaping their futures after a traumatic event.

Redefining Possible features twelve portraits of people with spinal cord and brain injury. They are mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, brother, sisters, firefighters, army veterans, scientists, athletes, activists, but most of all they are people.

Where to see Redefining Possible

View our online exhibition

Exhibition Preview at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival

Sponsored by Arrow Electronics, the Redefining Possible portrait series will be “previewed” at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival (July 3, 4, & 5). A few portraits from the Redefining Possible exhibition will be on display in the Arrow Electronics tent, which will also showcase an adaptive racecar.

The Wildlife Experience at CU South Denver

Twenty-four portraits will be on display at the The Wildlife Experience at CU South Denver starting August 29th. More details to come.

Thanks to our partners

Special thanks to our partners Arrow Electronics and the Liniger Building CU South Denver Campus.




About Redefining Possible

comments powered by Disqus