The theme for the 2019 festival is Dignity: Care for Each Other and Our Planet. Self-represented artists, small and nomadic galleries were selected following an "Open Call" and thoughtful review process by our curatorial committee. Selected works explore themes of identity, inequality, immigration, forced separation, and environmental degradation. The exhibition aims to inspire reflection, dialogue and action.
MEET OUR CURATORIAL COMMITTEE, SPEAKERS, AND ADVISORS
Because of the breadth and sensitivity of the festival's subject matter, we created a curatorial committee, and worked with peer cultural institutions as well as community and social justice organizations in order to incorporate a broad range of ideas and viewpoints.
Our free, public programming aims to spur reflection, dialogue and action.
Festival Dates: September 26 to October 20, 2019
Public Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 11am to 7pm.
Location: 32 Orchard St. NYC
Subway: F to East Broadway
F/M/J to Delancey-Essex Street Station
B/D to Grand Street Station
The festival is an inclusive space. We are located on the ground floor and wheelchair accessible. Kindly contact us in advance so we may assist you with any accommodation requests. firstname.lastname@example.org