Photo by Brant Sanderlin
From Howard Pousner's article about Corinne Adams and ACP:
""That's the good thing about getting older," said Adams, 60. "Completely planning something keeps the creativity out. It limits what can happen. I've learned to trust that letting go part and just let it be whatever it needs to be." In truth, that's not much unlike the positive vibe she and photography curator Susan Todd-Raque brought to the founding of ACP, which has blossomed from modest beginnings involving 40 galleries in 1999 to a heady slate of exhibits, lectures, public art, programs for professional artists and participation opportunities for amateurs that reaches more than 100,000 people annually.