Our friends at WonderRoot (directors Witt Wisebram and Chris Appleton) will take the mic at noon EST today in an interview with Radio Free Georgia. Tune in via radio or stream the interview at WRFG.org. WonderRoot is an Atlanta-based 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization committed to uniting artists and community to inspire positive social change.
Branding is a thing typically left to corporations with the money to invest in coordinated marketing plans, but Jerry Stifelman and Sami Grover don’t believe it ought to be that way. The Change is the name of their firm, and they are bringing brand-building services to nonprofits and “good-for-the-world” businesses. Visitors to the company website [...]
Nicki Sucec’s Home Is the Most Important Place in the World addresses homelessness in Seattle by honoring 270 deceased men and women who faced that struggle. The exhibit recently wrapped up at Henry Art Gallery as part of the University of Washington MFA Thesis Exhibition. Read more about the exhibit at Real Change News, and [...]
Grupo Soap del Corazón is organizing Grafica Politica #2, a community-oriented call for art aimed at getting political posters out onto the streets. Submissions require that you include a photo of the piece out on the streets, and that the posters are multi-run prints, so that they can paste them up when the RNC comes [...]
Odds are, your community suffers from oppression, monoculture, apathy, or boredom (or maybe all of the above.) If so, an infringement festival could provide inspiration and amusement – and help raise awareness for positive social change and global justice. The infringement is a democratically run, non-hierarchical interdisciplinary arts festival open to all critical artists – [...]