The immediate campaigns focus on three policy initiatives:
- Supporting and advocating for sustainable change
- Encouraging and establishing strong examples of local change
- Defending artists rights and public change
An Artists for A Change in Sioux Falls, SD
The Change in campaign traveled to the Sioux Falls Museum in Sioux Falls for a community Change TV show, high school workshop on change ending with final show with all the video, projects workshop installed in the museum.
An Artists for A Change in Israel & Egypt
The Change in campaign jet-set with fellow artist Eve Andre Laramee in Israel and Cairo, Egypt for The Body Is Map: Construction Process5 project. The project was a performative work using music and metaphors in Mitzpa-Ramon, sculpture Park and Cairo, Egypt.
An Artists for A Change in New York
The Change in campaign headquarters in the Lombard Fried Gallery in New York City was the perfect installation with the space on location bringing the conversation of change to visual artists in the nation.
Homeless Tree planting and Planter Making
Two weeks residency with the Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD) working with the homeless and organizations planting trees and creating planter murals and products for residents to sell.
During the month-long resident in 3rd ward Houston, Texas we created an installation in one of the Row Houses as part of the Project Row Houses series. With the community, students from the local high school and local residents created installation in a refurbished row house with workshops, photographs and more.
Creating show, privately and public (bus shelter, open mic, etc.,) during a month-long residency with The New Art in the Neighborhood (NAN) students creating change in St. Louis with the St. Louis Forum for Contemporary art.
The residency at Woodstock’s A-I-R program in New York included new photographic montage works. This image was taken from an oral history project with residents regarding Woodstock’s history of slavery. This location was remembered as a home where a slave was buried alive….