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Phoenix Project


The Phoenix Project provides a time and place for cult survivors to present their cult and recovery related artwork.  Submit art/literary work.

Phoenix Project exhibits have occurred during the following ICSA conferences:

2016 - Dallas, Texas
2015 - Stockholm, Sweden
2014 - Washngton, DC
2012 - Montreal, Canada
2010 - New York, NY
2008 - Philadelphia, PA
2007 - Brussels, Belgium
2006 - Denver, CO

ICSA welcomes former member and family artists to submit visual art, music, poetry to future Phoenix Projects - see link to the left: "Call for Art & Literary Works."

Contact Diana Pletts, the Phoenix Project Volunteer Coordinator, if you are interested in learning more.

Diana Pletts, M.A., is a former member of the Path, a charismatic Christian End-Times group, she is working, herself, on the production of artwork to express her own group involvement. Diana has spoken on cult affiliation at colleges and churches, on the radio, as a speaker for Elderhostel, and at Chautauqua Institution. She lives with her husband, Dennis, in Maryland, and is Art and Literary Editor for ICSA Today. Some Phoenix Project works may be considered for publication in ICSA Today.